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IFA 2012Global Conference on AgingVideo Remote Monitoring toPromote Better Health andSecurityDr. John Tarrant118 Old Lafay...
Our Aging Population
Global Cost of Health Care        Based on GDP
Chronic Disease as the Main Cause            of Death
Who Should Receive Video-         Remote Monitoring                           Medicare Expendure/BeneficiariesExpenditures...
How Chronic Disease impacts      Hospitalization                                                                         U...
Projected Cost of Chronic Diseases By 2030 the Global cost of treating the 5 most common chronic diseases will surpass 47 ...
Changes to Current System which will Improve Chronic Care Management
Four Primary Types of Home           MonitoringTelephone      Follow up on past procedureVideo Connectivity      Behavior ...
The Benefits of Video Remote     Home Monitoring            video communication            data collection: Health vital s...
Intergration of Health Care          Services                       Hospitals  Relatives                               Com...
Functionality of Video-Remote         Monitoring
Medical PeripheralsBlood PressureGlucometerSpirometerWeight ScalesStethoscopeEKGBlood Oxygen
Success is a factor of SimplicityClient Prospective:      Non-threatening technology      Easy to use      Non-intrusiveCl...
Impact of Video-Remote Monitoring  on Chronic Disease Management     CHF            CHF         Diabetes        Diabetes  ...
Impact of Video-Remote Monitoring   on Chronic Care ManagementDecrease in Hospitalizations          60%Decrease in Emergen...
Return on Investment for Video-          Remote MonitoringIndividuals with 5 or more Chronic Conditions managed withcare c...
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  1. 1. IFA 2012Global Conference on AgingVideo Remote Monitoring toPromote Better Health andSecurityDr. John Tarrant118 Old Lafayette AveLexington, Kentucky 40502 USAJTarrant@MedTechGlobal.com Creating Value for Health
  2. 2. Our Aging Population
  3. 3. Global Cost of Health Care Based on GDP
  4. 4. Chronic Disease as the Main Cause of Death
  5. 5. Who Should Receive Video- Remote Monitoring Medicare Expendure/BeneficiariesExpenditures 11,2 18,4 43,1Beneficiaries 50 25 5 5 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Percent
  6. 6. How Chronic Disease impacts Hospitalization Unnecessary Hospitalizations 800Hospitalizations per 1000 Medicare Beneficiaries 700 697 600 500 455 Age 65+ 400 359 300 269 200 191 123 100 71 38 0 8 19 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Number of Chronic Conditions
  7. 7. Projected Cost of Chronic Diseases By 2030 the Global cost of treating the 5 most common chronic diseases will surpass 47 trillion dollars That will be 75% of the predicted GDP in 2030Reported by the World Economic Forum and the Harvard School of PublicHealth, September 2011
  8. 8. Changes to Current System which will Improve Chronic Care Management
  9. 9. Four Primary Types of Home MonitoringTelephone Follow up on past procedureVideo Connectivity Behavior healthRemote Monitoring Early stages of a chronic conditionVideo-Remote Monitoring Detailed monitoring of poorly controlled chronic condition or multiple chronic conditions
  10. 10. The Benefits of Video Remote Home Monitoring video communication data collection: Health vital stats social interaction connecting with family members integration of external services: meals on wheels adult education appointment scheduling
  11. 11. Intergration of Health Care Services Hospitals Relatives Community Services Elder Doctor Home Monitoring
  12. 12. Functionality of Video-Remote Monitoring
  13. 13. Medical PeripheralsBlood PressureGlucometerSpirometerWeight ScalesStethoscopeEKGBlood Oxygen
  14. 14. Success is a factor of SimplicityClient Prospective: Non-threatening technology Easy to use Non-intrusiveClinicians Prospective: Availability of health vital stats Trend tracking Easy to use
  15. 15. Impact of Video-Remote Monitoring on Chronic Disease Management CHF CHF Diabetes Diabetes COPD COPD Wound Wound Ref Hosp ER Hosp ER Hosp ER Hosp ER 38% 49% 75% 83% 51% 66% 1 73% 67% 2 63% 3 60% 4 58% 51. F. Bryant. Acadian Telehealth Monitoring Strategic Healthcare Program, LLC2. R.Rees, N. Bashshur. The Effects of teleWound management Use of Services and Financial Outcomes. TELEMEDICINE and e- HEALTH. Vol13.6 20073. Montefore Medical Center, Care Management Organization. Health IT News, Research, and Inteligence.at www.HealthITNewsDirect.com/?p=3274. K.Dansky, K. Bowles, L. Palmer. Clinical Outcomes of Telehomecare for Diabetic Patients. The Journal on Information Technology in Healthcare 2003; 1(1):61-745. M. Domingo, J. Lupon, B. Gonzalez, E. Crespo, R. Lopez, A. Ramos, A. Urrutia, G. Pera, J. Verdu, A. Bayes-Genis Noninvasive Remote Telemonitoring for Ambulatory Patients with Heart Failure: Effects on Number of Hospitalizations, Days in Hospital, and Quality of Life, CARME study
  16. 16. Impact of Video-Remote Monitoring on Chronic Care ManagementDecrease in Hospitalizations 60%Decrease in Emergency Room Visits 66%Decrease in Hospital length of Stay 3-4 daysAvoidable Nursing Home Admissions 67%
  17. 17. Return on Investment for Video- Remote MonitoringIndividuals with 5 or more Chronic Conditions managed withcare coordination and video-remote monitoring:$1,400.00 per Individual per month savings on decrease hospitalization and ER visits $600.00 per individual per month program cost $800.00 per individual per month net savingsAll values are represented in US dollars

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