Quantified Self @ MLOVE ConFestival 2013

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DIY, sensors, wearables, mobile and data all converge in the Quantified Self. An explanation about Quantified Self for MLove ConFestival 2013 - what it is, what it isn't, and what business cases and uses there are today.

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Quantified Self @ MLOVE ConFestival 2013

  1. 1. Maarten den BraberDigital Health StrategistCo-founder QS Europe / AmsterdamCo-founder Nexthealth@mdbraberhttp://mdbraber.comm@mdbraber.com+31 6 13897073Quantified SelfMLove, June 20, 2013
  2. 2. Quantified SelfBeyond numerals: can include graphs,visualizations or qualitative time-seriesdata (“how do I feel?”)
  3. 3. Quantified SelfSelf concerns everybody in the sphere ofdirect individual concern. E.g. it couldinclude other family members
  4. 4. “Are we human?”The Killers - Human
  5. 5. Emerging, converging andexponential trendsDIY, Sensors, Wearables, Mobile, Data
  6. 6. New senses andself-expressionComputers, wearables and other forms ofnew technology are used to create newsenses and as form of self-expression
  7. 7. “We are all self amplifyingfeedback loops”Jason Silva
  8. 8. (Activity) trackersContinuous monitoring of movement,activity, sleep, heart rate, temperature, GSR
  9. 9. (Activity) trackersContinuous monitoring of movement,activity, sleep, heart rate, temperature, GSRFuture uses- Early detection of Parkinson’s (speed)- Speed of recovery after operation- Health motivation / competition
  10. 10. “We are building asecond skin”Jason Silva
  11. 11. LumobackContinuous monitoring and feedback oflower-back related problemsFuture uses- Posture feedback at work (health/stress)- After surgery recovery and feedback- Long term posture tracking
  12. 12. LumobackContinuous monitoring and feedback oflower-back related problems
  13. 13. “Let me know,is your heart still beating?”The Killers
  14. 14. AliveCor ECGSingle-lead ECG, giving professionals andpatients direct access to reliable ECG datato be shared for analysis
  15. 15. AliveCor ECGSingle-lead ECG, giving professionals andpatients direct access to reliable ECG datato be shared for analysisUses- Extra signal for GPs on house visits- Direct use by patients (esp. youth)- Crowdsourcing ECG data
  16. 16. “We are in betweenthe born and the made”Jason Silva
  17. 17. 23andmeDIY genomics testing kit, health risks, drugresponse, inherited conditions and traits
  18. 18. 23andmeDIY genomics testing kit, health risks, drugresponse, inherited conditions and traitsUses- Select treatments based on genetic profile- Company health/fitness program selection- Profile matching online services
  19. 19. Talking20DIY blood test at home. Cholesterol,Estradiol, Progesterone, Testosterone,Homocysteine, CRP, HgA1c, Cortisol...
  20. 20. uBiomeMicrobiome sequencing (bacteria).Correlated to depression, IBD, Crohn’sdisease, heart disease
  21. 21. “My sign is vitalmy hands are cold”The Killers
  22. 22. JosefM. Antó, Jordi Sunyer, Asthma Collaborative Group Of Barcelona, A POINT-SOURCE ASTHMA OUTBREAK,The Lancet, Volume 327, Issue 8486, 19 April 1986, Pages 900-903, ISSN 0140-6736
  23. 23. AsthmapolisWireless tracker for asthma inhaler useproviding aggregated location/time date
  24. 24. AsthmapolisWireless tracker for asthma inhaler useproviding aggregated location/time dateUses- Patient awareness (tracking)- Object doctor-patient feedback- Analysis on population level
  25. 25. “Will your systembe alright?”The Killers
  26. 26. Scanadu Scout, Flo, FluMedical tricoder device (multiple vitalsigns: HR, temperature, SpO2, respiratoryrate, blood pressure, ECG, stress)
  27. 27. Scanadu Scout, Flo, FluMedical tricoder device (multiple vitalsigns: HR, temperature, SpO2, respiratoryrate, blood pressure, ECG, stress)Uses- Direct advice based on vital signs- Regular health check up everywhere- Direct emergency response
  28. 28. “We use our tools toextend the boundaries ofwho we are”Jason Silva
  29. 29. Vitalconnect patch3 days continuous monitoring of HR, HRV,activity and respiration rate (resulting in astress indicator)ECGHeart  RateHeart  Rate  VariabilityRespiratory  RateSkin  TemperatureStepsPostureFall  Detec:onSleep  Dura:on  /  Bed  ExitSleep  StagingObstruc:ve  Sleep  Apnea  Pre-­‐screenContextual  Heart  RateAc:vityStress  MonitorEnergy  Expenditure
  30. 30. Vitalconnect patch3 days continuous monitoring of HR, HRV,activity and respiration rate (resulting in astress indicator)Uses- Using people as the sensor- Focused training sessions- Stress awareness (based on location)
  31. 31. Emerging business modelsContinuous versus event-basedSingle metric versus combined metricsPersonal data versus aggregated dataHealth here versus in the doctor’s officeCoaching versus diagnosing
  32. 32. “Or are we dancer?”The Killers
  33. 33. Panopticon for goodCan we leverage all these tracking abilities,data and connected media to leverage thisfor the good rather than bad?
  34. 34. EmergenceTrip 2013October 5-13, 2013More info? emergencetrip.com@vangeest / @mcschuurman / @mdbraber
  35. 35. Maarten den BraberDigital Health StrategistCo-founder QS Europe / AmsterdamCo-founder Nexthealth@mdbraberhttp://mdbraber.comm@mdbraber.com+31 6 13897073

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