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What's Next In Connected Health

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Is it self-tracking? We are only beginning to understand the power of self-tracking be it due to the quantified self movement or because of the increasing number of connected medical devices. A real opportunity is in understanding how mobile devices will play a key role in the future of our personal health. Medical Devices, sensors, big data, cloud computing are and will continue to enable continuous monitoring of people and patients.

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What's Next In Connected Health

  1. 1. What’s Next in Connected Health?
  2. 2. We are researchers, designers & engineers
  3. 3. We create and evolve products, technologies, & experiences
  4. 4. Accelerating Product Timelines for Medical Software Products
  5. 5. Sensor Tech
  6. 6. Wearables
  7. 7. Wearables
  8. 8. Apple Working on Wearables
  9. 9. Healthcare Trends
  10. 10. Healthcare Trends
  11. 11. Healthcare Trends
  12. 12. Healthcare Trends
  13. 13. The People Who Pay: You
  14. 14. Driving Down Costs • • • • • • Measure and track Predict Prevent Manage Incent and Influence Behavior Direct financial incentives to share and participate
  15. 15. Sensor Tech VG Bio - Heart Monitoring System
  16. 16. Sensor Tech VG Bio - Heart Monitoring System
  17. 17. Sensor Tech VG Bio - Heart Monitoring System
  18. 18. Sensor Tech
  19. 19. VIDEO Briteseed - Safesnips technology
  20. 20. Briteseed - Safesnips technology
  21. 21. Scaling Tech
  22. 22. Xoran - Medical point of care imaging
  23. 23. Over 50 million Americans suffer from Asthma & Chronic Respiratory Disease (CPOD). The time and frequency of a rescue inhaler’s use is one of the most important signals of a sufferer’s level of asthma control and COPD status.
  24. 24. Over 60% of patients with asthma are not under control and over 50% of patients with COPD take at least one daily medication, but adherence rate estimates range between 32-50%.
  25. 25. What’s Next?
  26. 26. What’s Next?
  27. 27. What’s Next? Correlating data to better predict outcomes and inform patient engagement. 675 60654 credit score zip code
  28. 28. What’s Next?
  29. 29. • • • • Steve McPhilliamy smcphilliamy@insightpd.com www.insightpd.com @insightpd • • • • Mitchell Posada mposada@pathf.com www.PathfinderSoftware.com @PathSoft

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