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Innovation in healthcare


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Innovation in healthcare

  1. 1. Innovation in health-care?- somereflectionsoninnovation, technology and modernization<br />Paul Chaffey,<br /> Abelia<br />
  2. 2. From Statfjord to Snøhvit<br />Statfjord:<br />Three large offshore platforms with 620 people<br />Has produced oil and gas for more than 1000 bill. kroner<br />Word technology leaders in the 1970s<br />Snøhvit:<br />First major field with no insallation on the surface<br />Remote controlled from onshore 140 km away<br />Word technology leaders in the 2000s<br />
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  4. 4. Whatabouthealthcare?<br />Politics<br />Laws<br />Management and strategy<br />Money to invest in technology<br />Interactionbetweenmanydifferentorganisations and levelsofgovernment<br />Strong unions and professions<br />New valuechains and workprocesses<br />
  5. 5. A flatter - and a lot more competitive world<br />09.11.89: The fall of the Berlin wall: Towards one global economy<br />09.08.95: Netscape goes public and the network economy is born<br />Work flow software, SOA, web-services, business on demand<br />Y2K and the collapse has driven offshoring to India<br />11.12.01: Kina joins the WTO – and becomes the global manufacturing plant<br />Wall-Mart, Ikea, Dell and UPS change the rules in their businesses<br />19.08.04: Google – a billion searches a day<br />Wireless, mobilityog convergence between it, telecom and media<br />
  6. 6. Norwegian workforce 2025:<br />Huge growth in healthcare and care for the elderly<br />Strong growth in knowledge based services<br />Reduction in manufacturing industries and land based food production<br />High and stable demand in retail, central and local government, , construction, education, transportation, tourism and entertainment<br />Currency earners in specialized capital intensive niches: offshore oil, maritime services, seafood and telecom<br />
  7. 7. 25% of work time is spent looking for:<br />Patient case sheets<br />Beds<br />Medical equipment<br />Nurses<br />Doctors<br />Patients<br />
  8. 8. Office of the auditor general- status after 10 years of it-strategy<br />42 % of case summaries and 8 % of referrals are sent electronically<br />Very little electronic interaction between hospitals and local goverment<br />20% of physicians offices use PKI<br />21 % of doctors certificates (to NAV) are sent electronically<br />
  9. 9. Not primarrily a question of more money<br />
  10. 10. Many types ofinnovation…<br />
  11. 11. Opportunities for innovation<br />Sensor technology<br />Authentication and safety<br />Self service solutions<br />Logistics<br />E-trainingand simulation<br />Social media<br />
  12. 12. Transistor radio – er det bra nok da?<br />
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  14. 14. Smarteruseofmoney and human capitalthroughinnovation?<br />Is thereroom for real dirsuptionof business models in healthcare?<br />
  15. 15. Portable utrasound<br />
  16. 16. Computer aidedtraining<br />
  17. 17. Social media for theprofessionals<br />
  18. 18. …and for thepatients<br />You see, we believe sharing your healthcare experiences and outcomes is good. Why? Because when patients share real-world data, collaboration on a global scale becomes possible. New treatments become possible. Most importantly, change becomes possible. At PatientsLikeMe, we are passionate about bringing people together for a greater purpose: speeding up the pace of research and fixing a broken healthcare system.<br />
  19. 19. Openinnovation<br />