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Pioneering companies proactively embrace change —
not on a reactionary basis…but as an opportunity to
challenge the status...
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Failure to embrace change
PRESCOUTER 4
Unexpected Competition
PRESCOUTER
PreScouter is trusted by large and small:
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+ over 300 others
PRESCOUTER
The PreScouter Process
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You submit a
Business
Challenge
PreScouter Scholar Team
performs research and
leverage...
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Counterfeiting costs US businesses between
$200 – 700 Billion annually
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Problem to production
100+
51
10
3
finalists
100 nm
Production-ready in
spring 2017
PRESCOUTER 9
The Internet of Things Report
• In depth analysis
• Reviews on existing IoT technologies
• In-depth interview...
PRESCOUTER 10
The Internet of Things
~100,000 BCE
IoT will be a
$1 – 11 trillion
market by 2025
2900 BCE 1436 ADE
1969 ADE
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The Internet of Things Keynote Speaker
Bill Shingleton BSc, PhD.
Technical Lead, GE Healthcare Life Sciences...
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The Industrial Internet and
Digitisation of Healthcare
Bill Shingleton
GE Healthcare Life Sciences
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• ©2016 General Electric Company
• General Electric Company reserves the right to make changes in specifications and fe...
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GE: A HERITAGE
OF INNOVATION
• Founded by Thomas Edison in 1878
• Only company from the original 1896 Dow
Jones index s...
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GE
TODAY
AV I AT I O N TRANSPORTATION
H O M E &
B U S I N E S S ,
S O L U T I O N S ,
E N E R GY
Energy Services
Oil & ...
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How will this impact industrial companies?
Software is Impacting Every Industry
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The partner ecosystem is our force multiplier
Joint Selling
System
Integration
ISVs Telcos
Technology
Partners
Reseller...
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Asset Performance
Management
Brilliant
Manufacturing
Intelligent Environments
Maximize operational &
economic performan...
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For GE
~$210B of Services backlog
Improvement a win-win with customers
GE Opportunity
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Digital Twin
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Farm output  1%  Farm profit  4%
Problem – Wind Farm Optimization
Objective
Increase farm power by reducing inter-
t...
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Command Centers
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Healthcare: Cloud Advanced Visualization
Knowledge + collaborative ecosystem around smart devices
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THIS IS GE HEALTHCARE
An overview
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BROAD SOLUTIONS
FOR HEALTHCARE
Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging
Patient Monitoring
Maternal and Infant Care
Anesth...
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GE Healthcare, Life Sciences
Accelerating precision medicine with tools for biotechnology R&D, biopharma
manufacturing,...
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GE Healthcare Life Sciences
Core Imaging
Leading-edge contrast agents and
tracers for:
X-ray
MR
CT
Ultrasound
SPECT
Nuc...
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An example of exploration
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Life Sciences – An overview
3123
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Opportunity: Cardiology as an example?
Echo Lab
Echo-
cardiography
Systems
Contrast media
Image Archive
and Review
CV I...
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Healthcare is evolving to a collaborative care model
Current Hospital-centric Model
Care Pathways
Patient data
consolid...
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Challenge 1:
Patient records not easily available when needed
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4
of patient cases
misdiagnosed, contributed
by lack of...
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50x
Challenge 2:
Increasing cost and burden of managing data growth
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Healthcare data growth by
2020
153
exabytes
2,3...
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Challenge 3:
Lack of systems’ interoperability resulting in workflow
inefficiencies
3
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Interoperability of
systems cou...
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PredixTM
: Open standards and protocols that enable rapid software development
Healthcare is unique. The Cloud must add...
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Introducing GE Health Cloud
Connect Collaborate Compute
PredixTM
: Open standards and protocols that enable rapid softw...
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Plus, it’s more than a platform. It’s designed to be an ecosystem
Third
Party
Applications
500,000
GE Healthcare
Imagin...
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Remote Clinicians
Hospital
Advanced Visualization
Enabling greater value from technology investments…
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2
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Data sent t...
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Compute: Leveraging cloud elastic processing for ubiquitous
access to reconstruction and latest clinical insights algor...
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1 Internal budget documents. Annual spending in 2015.
2 Internal documentation. Predix Cloud Messages.
Any descripti...
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Customer interest should always be directed to Medical
Affairs or a trained Sales Specialist
Unless an individual is pr...
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PreScouter + GE Healthcare: How will the Internet of Things Impact your Industry?

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PreScouter and GE Healthcare partnered to analyze how they are researching Internet of Things technology. The presentation begins with a note from Dr. Ashish Basuray, Chief Scientist at PreScouter, Inc., an innovation consulting firm. Basuray addresses a fundamental question: why do we care to learn about new ideas, disruptive ideas like the Internet of Things? Following Basuray's introduction, Bill Shingleton, Ph.D., Technical Lead at GE Healthcare presented on the Industrial Internet of Things and how it impacts several industries. But, then he narrowed in on healthcare and GE's solution, Predix. This is the slide deck of the presentation for PreScouter's IoT Summit on October 6, 2016, from 5 -8 pm at the Schreiber Center in downtown Chicago.
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PreScouter + GE Healthcare: How will the Internet of Things Impact your Industry?

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  2. 2. Pioneering companies proactively embrace change — not on a reactionary basis…but as an opportunity to challenge the status quo and achieve greater success. Brian Kennell , former president and CEO, Tetra Pak Inc. PRESCOUTER
  3. 3. PRESCOUTER 3 Failure to embrace change
  4. 4. PRESCOUTER 4 Unexpected Competition
  5. 5. PRESCOUTER PreScouter is trusted by large and small: 5 + over 300 others
  6. 6. PRESCOUTER The PreScouter Process 6 You submit a Business Challenge PreScouter Scholar Team performs research and leverages a public & private information to gather potential solutions Team delivers report on findings PRESCOUTER 1 2 Client 3
  7. 7. PRESCOUTER 7 Counterfeiting costs US businesses between $200 – 700 Billion annually
  8. 8. PRESCOUTER 8 Problem to production 100+ 51 10 3 finalists 100 nm Production-ready in spring 2017
  9. 9. PRESCOUTER 9 The Internet of Things Report • In depth analysis • Reviews on existing IoT technologies • In-depth interviews from leaders • For the full report, email aelliott@prescouter.com Dr. Sofiane BoukhalfaDr. João Guerreiro
  10. 10. PRESCOUTER 10 The Internet of Things ~100,000 BCE IoT will be a $1 – 11 trillion market by 2025 2900 BCE 1436 ADE 1969 ADE
  11. 11. PRESCOUTER 11 The Internet of Things Keynote Speaker Bill Shingleton BSc, PhD. Technical Lead, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Core Imaging
  12. 12. 12 The Industrial Internet and Digitisation of Healthcare Bill Shingleton GE Healthcare Life Sciences
  13. 13. 13 • ©2016 General Electric Company • General Electric Company reserves the right to make changes in specifications and features shown herein, or discontinue the product described at any time without notice or obligation. This does not constitute a representation or warranty or documentation regarding the product or service featured. • DESCRIPTIONS OF FUTURE FUNCTIONALITY REFLECT CURRENT PRODUCT DIRECTION, ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND DO NOT CONSTITUTE A COMMITMENT TO PROVIDE SPECIFIC FUNCTIONALITY. TIMING AND AVAILABILITY REMAIN AT GE’S DISCRETION AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND APPLICABLE REGULATORY CLEARANCE. • General areas represent ongoing product research and development efforts. These research and development efforts are not products and may never become products. Not for sale. Not cleared or approved by the FDA or any regulatory body for commercial availability. • Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals. • GE, the GE Monogram, Centricity, Centricity 360, Predix, and Imagination at work, are trademarks of General Electric Company. • DICOM is a registered trademark of National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). • Predix™ is GE’s software platform for the Industrial Internet. Predix enables asset and operations optimization by providing a standard way to run industrial-scale analytics and connect machines, data, and people. Whether your solutions are deployed on machines, on-premise or in the cloud, Predix provides an integrated stack of technologies for distributed computing and big data analytics, asset management, machine-to-machine communication and mobility, meeting your needs for scalability, extensibility, customizability, and security. • All other product names and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
  14. 14. 14 GE: A HERITAGE OF INNOVATION • Founded by Thomas Edison in 1878 • Only company from the original 1896 Dow Jones index still listed today • Rated AA+ with stable outlook by S&P • 305,000 employees world-wide operating in more than 160 countries 6
  15. 15. 15 GE TODAY AV I AT I O N TRANSPORTATION H O M E & B U S I N E S S , S O L U T I O N S , E N E R GY Energy Services Oil & Gas Power & Water H E A LT H C A R E
  16. 16. 16 How will this impact industrial companies? Software is Impacting Every Industry
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  18. 18. 18 The partner ecosystem is our force multiplier Joint Selling System Integration ISVs Telcos Technology Partners Resellers Customized Solutions Strategic Partnerships 275+ target accounts across 30+ partners … 1,000s of certifications drive share and help build the app economy … 10x multiplier
  19. 19. 19 Asset Performance Management Brilliant Manufacturing Intelligent Environments Maximize operational & economic performance Increased productivity & operations optimization Optimize infrastructure performance 1. Better customer outcomes 2. Improved productivity 3. Ability to continuously add value Creating value GE Focus on Innovation
  20. 20. 20 For GE ~$210B of Services backlog Improvement a win-win with customers GE Opportunity
  21. 21. 21 Digital Twin
  22. 22. 22 Farm output  1%  Farm profit  4% Problem – Wind Farm Optimization Objective Increase farm power by reducing inter- turbine wake induced losses Challenges Scale, Uncertainty Solution – Coordinated Turbine Control Networked Controls Controls Distributed optimization Communications Farm-wide awareness Wind: Farm Optimization
  23. 23. 23 Command Centers
  24. 24. 24 Healthcare: Cloud Advanced Visualization Knowledge + collaborative ecosystem around smart devices
  25. 25. 25 THIS IS GE HEALTHCARE An overview 17
  26. 26. 26 BROAD SOLUTIONS FOR HEALTHCARE Diagnostic and Interventional Imaging Patient Monitoring Maternal and Infant Care Anesthesia and Respiratory Care Diagnostic Cardiology Healthcare IT Life Sciences Healthcare Consulting Global Services 18
  27. 27. 27 GE Healthcare, Life Sciences Accelerating precision medicine with tools for biotechnology R&D, biopharma manufacturing, cell therapy & regenerative medicine, diagnostic imaging, molecular & precision diagnostics Five product business units  10 000 people  100+ countries  Manufacturing, research & development in US, Europe and Asia Genome & Cellular Research BioProcessCore Imaging Purification & Analysis Cell Therapy 19
  28. 28. 28 GE Healthcare Life Sciences Core Imaging Leading-edge contrast agents and tracers for: X-ray MR CT Ultrasound SPECT Nuclear medicine & PET tracers for diagnostic imaging & pharmaceutical research
  29. 29. 29 An example of exploration
  30. 30. 30 Life Sciences – An overview
  31. 31. 3123
  32. 32. 32 Opportunity: Cardiology as an example? Echo Lab Echo- cardiography Systems Contrast media Image Archive and Review CV Imaging CT Scanners MR Scanners PET Scanners SPECT Scanners Contrast media Imaging Agents Diagnostic ECG ECG recorder Resting/Stress Ambulatory ECG recorders Mobile recorders Treadmills EP Lab EP recording systems Combined HD and EP recording systems Digital X-ray C-arm Imaging systems Cath Lab Digital X-ray Contrast Media Image Archive and Review Hemodynamic recording Patient monitor
  33. 33. 33 Healthcare is evolving to a collaborative care model Current Hospital-centric Model Care Pathways Patient data consolidation Solutions Interoperable Patient Centric Open Patients Collaborative Care Model Fee-for-Service Outcome Driven Hospital centric Episodic Departments Proprietary Data silos Hospital JB35904US | Nov. 2015
  34. 34. 34 Challenge 1: Patient records not easily available when needed 3 4 of patient cases misdiagnosed, contributed by lack of collaboration and access1 35% 1 “Types and Origins of Diagnostic Errors in Primary Care Settings,” Journal of American Medicine, 2013JB35904US | Nov. 2015
  35. 35. 35 50x Challenge 2: Increasing cost and burden of managing data growth 3 5 Healthcare data growth by 2020 153 exabytes 2,314 2013 20201 exabytes of health data 1 5http://www.cio.com/article/2375691/healthcare/healthcare-why-health-data-is-a-big-data-challenge.html 2 CIO magazine. May 2013JB35904US | Nov. 2015
  36. 36. 36 Challenge 3: Lack of systems’ interoperability resulting in workflow inefficiencies 3 6 Interoperability of systems could save healthcare ecosystems - $30B a year1 JB35904US | Nov. 2015 1 http://www.westhealth.org/sites/default/files/The-Value-of-Medical-Device-Interoperability.pdf
  37. 37. 37 PredixTM : Open standards and protocols that enable rapid software development Healthcare is unique. The Cloud must address scalability and interoperability, and be built to healthcare standards InteroperabilityPrivacy and Security Data ManagementAnalyticsUser Experience High Availability JB35904US | Nov. 2015 Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.
  38. 38. 38 Introducing GE Health Cloud Connect Collaborate Compute PredixTM : Open standards and protocols that enable rapid software development It will deliver a scalable, elastic and secure solution JB35904US | Nov. 2015 Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.
  39. 39. 39 Plus, it’s more than a platform. It’s designed to be an ecosystem Third Party Applications 500,000 GE Healthcare Imaging Devices GE Centricity Cloud Applications PredixTM : Open standards and protocols that enable rapid software development Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.JB35904US | Nov. 2015
  40. 40. 40 Remote Clinicians Hospital Advanced Visualization Enabling greater value from technology investments… 1 2 3 Data sent to Cloud Images processed in Cloud View & manipulate images on browser devices GEHC Cloud + AV Algorithms Leverage cloud compute power to enable access to non-diagnostic 3D views & Image post- processing Enable research institutions and 3rd party providers to run and share prototype algorithms Algorithm Developer Algorithm Tester • Anywhere access to 3D views (Rads, Specialists, Device Manufacturers) • Navigate findings, and rotate 3D segmentation • Publish and share algorithms • Analyze results (automatic & assessments) • Batch processing of algorithms on large volume sets • Algorithm Examples: o MR – VIPER, MR-bone… o PET – CFR, Q.Clear o LS – Cortex ID Increased scalability, mobility and flexibility to drive improved clinical & productivity outcomes Algorithm Framework JB35904US | Nov. 2015 Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.
  41. 41. 41 Compute: Leveraging cloud elastic processing for ubiquitous access to reconstruction and latest clinical insights algorithms Could enable 15,000 GE Healthcare MRI units with risk quantification for Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Multiple sclerosis, Trauma and Epilepsy. Could enable 2,500 GE PET units with risk quantification for Alzheimer’s and other Dementia, with FDG and flutometamol Could enable 30,000 GE CT units with on-demand model based reconstruction for lower dose on pediatric patients 1 Alz. Org , 2015 ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE FACTS AND FIGURES, http://www.alz.org/facts From 5 million today to 13.8 M Alzheimer’s patients in the US by 20501 JB35904US | Nov. 2015 Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.
  42. 42. 42 42 1 Internal budget documents. Annual spending in 2015. 2 Internal documentation. Predix Cloud Messages. Any descriptions of future functionality reflect current product direction, are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a commitment to provide specific functionality. Timing and availability are subject to change and applicable regulatory approvals.
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  45. 45. 45 Customer interest should always be directed to Medical Affairs or a trained Sales Specialist Unless an individual is properly trained, qualified and authorized to promote a GE Healthcare pharmaceutical product, they must not attempt to promote in any way a named pharmaceutical product. Important!
  46. 46. PRESCOUTER THANK YOU!

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