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Physicians today use their smartphones 5 times a day on average and these smartphones are another form of clinical decision support that is freeing up their time and allowing these doctors to give healthcare from anywhere. It’s an amazing time to be a doctor and all of us in the digital healthcare group at Claremont Creek Ventures are on top of these emerging trends.

Physicians today use their smartphones 5 times a day on average and these smartphones are another form of clinical decision support that is freeing up their time and allowing these doctors to give healthcare from anywhere. It’s an amazing time to be a doctor and all of us in the digital healthcare group at Claremont Creek Ventures are on top of these emerging trends.

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  1. 1. John Steuart Tobin Arthur, Managing Director, President, Co-Founder Cureus Claremont Creek Ventures
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  14. 14.  Opportunity Galore in mHealth  Early Adopters Focus on Non-Reimbursed Business Models • Wellness: Consumer Pay (Cellscope, Fitbit) • Capitated systems: Kaiser & HMO (Cellscope, Gauss) • Innovative business models and providers (Walgreens, Doc-in-a-box, Cureus) • Healthcare reform ACOs, outcome based reimbursement (Tibion)
  15. 15.  Medical Reference Tools  Diagnostic Tools  Patient Records  Medical Education  Mobile Apps Benefit Patient, Provider and Payor • Better, Faster and Cheaper
  16. 16.  Adjunct to reimbursement--underlying business models  Apps hoping for subscription feeds from providers and consumers  Physicians "free is not cheap enough"  Patients: signal to noise ratio --very expensive
  17. 17.  Replicate print over web  Content behind pay-walls – **observe music and newspaper industries
  18. 18. Revolutionizing Medical Publishing  Fast, FREE, authors reach millions not thousands  We start w/ content, content, content  Then address consumption – inefficient, fragmented and sits behind firewalls • Palo Alto, CA • Start-up (soft launch April 1) • Angel (prominent physicians and tech veterans) • Leverage Scribd (SEO & mobile benefits) • Team of 10 including 2 neurosurgeon founders
  19. 19. Mobile Devices  iPhone - 13% of visits  iPad – 7%  Misc Android – 4% Browser Landscape  Safari – 27%  IE – 25% * 3 years ago IE was 70%+
  20. 20.  Build once – Cureus Tools • Twitter Bootstrap - responsive design • Scribd - document rendering – device agnostic 0 Second – 5 minute – 15 minute formatting  Mobile & Social are inextricably linked Crowd Wisdom for physicians (what’s important to know)
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