Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking

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Connected devices and sensors automate the way clinical, objective data are collected and shared with Caregivers and Healthcare Professionals to help them take evidence-based decisions. On the other hand, self-reported, subjective data often remain a key source of information in order to have a better, more holistic understanding of a person's conditions.

In which cases is it preferable to combine objective and subjective data? How can we successfully combine the two in a person-centric approach to healthcare without overwhelming people with extra work?

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Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking

  1. 1. Quantified Self Conference: Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking27 NOVEMBER 2011
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  3. 3. frog drives innovation for the connected world. 7 3
  4. 4. About frog: One global team Seattle Amsterdam Kiev & Vinnitsa Boston Milan Munich San Francisco New York Gurgaon Austin Shanghai Chennai Bangalore Johannesburg Quantified Self Conference: Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking 27/11/11 4
  5. 5. About frog: frog’s connected healthcare schema Front Patients End Front HCPs End Devices Business Intelligence API Quantified Self Conference: Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking Data 27/11/11 5
  6. 6. About frog: frog’s connected healthcare schema Front Patients End Front HCPs End Devices Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking Business Intelligence Data can be gathered through: • Connected devices • Inferred behaviors • Self-reporting Extracting Wisdom from Data API Data alone are not enough. They need to be: • Relevant • Meaningful • Actionable Quantified Self Conference: Objective vs Subjective Self-tracking Data 27/11/11 6
  7. 7. Objective vs SubjectiveSelf-tracking
  8. 8. The TrackIgnite Blog”Self-tracking gives us theobjective data we need tomake serious improvementsto our health”
  9. 9. Automatic tracking Self-reported trackingObjective Data Inferred DataSubjective Data
  10. 10. Proteus Biomedical IEM
  11. 11. Nike+ GPS
  12. 12. Patients Like Me
  13. 13. Gowalla
  14. 14. Quinn Norton”We should put down ournotebooks and our data andapply its insights to improveour subjective experiencesof the world”
  15. 15. Automatic tracking Self-reported trackingObjective Data Inferred DataSubjective Data
  16. 16. Bosch Health Buddy
  17. 17. Patients Like Me
  18. 18. Giorgio’s Mood Tracker
  19. 19. Temptd
  20. 20. Facebook Timeline
  21. 21. Ubiquitous computing allowsus to easily processObjective and Subjective dataand silently infer other typesof data without anyuser input.
  22. 22. Automatic tracking Self-reported trackingObjective Data Inferred DataSubjective Data
  23. 23. II I IS O S O S
  24. 24. OkCupid
  25. 25. Nike+ sensor
  26. 26. Vitality GlowCap
  27. 27. Sleep Cycle
  28. 28. Ginger.io
  29. 29. Automatic tracking Self-reported trackingObjective Data Inferred DataSubjective Data
  30. 30. © 2011 frog. All rights reserved.
  31. 31. @giorgiobaresigiorgio.baresi@frogdesign.com @thomas_thinksthomas.sutton@frogdesign.com

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