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  1. 1. Trends and Innovations in Healthcare Rick Cnossen ( Intel, Worldwide Director of Health IT December 7, 2013
  2. 2. Intel's Vision This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth
  3. 3. Intel in Healthcare Cloud/Datacenter Desktops Laptops Ultrabook™ Tablets Smartphones Intelligent Systems Single Architecture from Hospital to Home Secure, High Performance, and Consistent User Experience Research & Innovation Trusted Advisor Health IT Solutions Health Initiatives Standards & Policy
  4. 4. Enterprise Board of Advisors “Industry Shifts” Pursuing Moore’s Law - We have surpassed technical and economic boundaries, opening the door to pervasive compute and communications Industry shift: dramatic structural change, or earth changing transformation
  5. 5. 1. Big Data – Volume, Velocity, Variety & Value “In God we trust, all others bring data” — NASA, Johnson Space Center 7.9 ZB by 2015 3x more bits in digital universe than stars in the physical universe $600 Bn Potential value to US healthcare >5 Billion People calling, texting, tweeting & browsing on cell phones 450 Billion Business transactions per day by 2020 (IDC) 90% of Data Therapies tailored to a persons genome • From weeks to hours • On track to hit <$1000 per person • 800x cost reduction In the world created in the last 2 years. 100 years Worth of video uploaded to YouTube every 10 days Explosive growth, 30 TB/month billing data Radical overhaul of custmer service: • Self service, realtime access • 30x performance increase How Will Businesses Manage a 50x Data Growth by 2020 in an Affordable Way?
  6. 6. Compute for Personalized Medicine 1. Patient Information 2. Clinical Information 3. Genetic Information History, PHRs, allergies, demographics, etc. Admission, discharge, radiology, surgery, images, clinical notes, diagnoses, etc. Proteomics, SNPs, clinical trials, publications, databanks, etc. Personalized Diagnostics 4. Drug/Dose/Cure Design Molecular docking, biosimulation, radiotherapy, etc. Deliver personalized medicine at the touch of a button… everywhere… everyday… for everyone…” 6
  7. 7. 2. Cloud Computing – “That Old Thing” The Data Center Re-imagined - “Data Center as a System” >3B connected users by 20151 2X Growth in information every two years2 15B Private Public connected devices by 20153 >11x increase in mobile data traffic by 20154 FEDERATED AUTOMATED CLIENT AWARE Up to 2x or $27B⁵ in additional data center power costs by 2015 Drivers: Cost, Agility, Availability, Expertise Concerns: Security & Privacy, Data Sovereignty, Auditability, Vendor Lock-In
  8. 8. Care Coordination Across Continuum Health Check Up Self Check & Control Home Emergency Community Hospital Personal Health Record Data Exchange Patient-centric Care Electronic Health Record Data Exchange GP / Clinic Visiting Care Pharmacy Remote Diagnostic Long Term Care Academic/Research Hospital
  9. 9. Worldwide Telehealth Patients Growing to 1.7 Million Visits by 2017 World Telehealth Patients (thousands) By Disease 2,000 1,800 1,600 1,400 Others 1,200 Mental Health 1,000 Hypertension 800 Diabetes 600 COPD 400 CHF 200 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Access to Cloud Accelerates Access to Healthcare Worldwide The World Market for Telehealth – An Analysis of Demand Dynamics – 2012 INMedica, IMS Research
  10. 10. 3. Mobility / BYOD Link Me Wireless Charging Know Me Tablets Perceptual Free Me Express Me Facial Analysis Voice Convert ible Touch Augmented Reality Desktop PCs Emerging Technologies from Device Centric to User Centric Computing Ultrabook Form Factor Innovation
  11. 11. New 2-in-1 Devices with Windows* 8.1: Changes the Game 2-in-1 device has the tablet and laptop capabilities in a single device 1Analysis 11 Uncompromised Collaboration and Productivity Wherever You Are Runs 3rd Party, Inhouse, and Modern Apps on a Single Device on Intel® Core™ i5 processor vs. competition. Source: Principled Technologies., report available at Intel does not control or audit the design or implementation of third party benchmark data or Web sites referenced in this document. Intel encourages all of its customers to visit the referenced Web sites or others where similar performance benchmark data are reported and confirm whether the referenced benchmark data are accurate and reflect performance of systems available for purchase Intel Confidential / NDA Only Choice of Devices, Battery Life, and Performance Compatible with Existing Infrastructure and Lower TCO1 Intel®-based devices with Windows* 8.1 are ready for business. * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  12. 12. Mobile Care Devices Right Device for Right Task Smart Phone Mobile Clinical Assistant Tablet PCs 2 in 1 Laptops, Ultrabook™ Devices Fixed PCs Mobility Vital sign, I & O entry Medication administration Template data entry Free-format text data entry Large diagnostic images Data inquiry Manageability Ultrabook is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. 12
  13. 13. Mobile Workflow: Doctor App Subscriptions PC Magazine, April 7, 2013 • Allergist- AllergyCast (Zyrtec); 4 day pollen forecast • Cardiologist- Quit Smoking (NHS); Support Messages, Tips, Helpline • Dentist- Time2Brush (Aquafresh); Where, Timer, Points • Dermatologist- LoveMySkin Mole Map; Track Moles, Education • Pregnancy- My Pregnancy Today; Education, Checklists, Birth Clubs • Pediatrician- Baby Connect; Monitor Activity (sleep, eating) • Nutritionist- Glucose Buddy; Track, Trend, Reminders 13
  14. 14. 4. SECURITY Cybercrime is a ~$1 Trillion Industry Big Data SECURITY Big Scale attacks Cloud Client Internet of Things Crime as a Service Ransomware Below the OS Mobile Malware >15Bn Attack Surfaces by 2020
  15. 15. Cyber Crime is Big Business in Healthcare McAfee currently sees ~100,000 pieces of new malware every day Medical record data is worth $50 on the black market (SSN $3) Digital Health Conference - Digital Health Conference, December 1-2, 2011 Average cost per breached healthcare record is 24% higher than average. In 2013, $240 which is Ponemon Institute—2011 U.S. Cost of a Data Breach Study¹ 48% of reported data breaches in the U.S. have been in the medical/healthcare industry. ITRC Breach Report, Identity Theft Resource Center, May 2013² 608,087,870 Over records exposed in security breaches since 2005. A Chronology of Data Breaches, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, June 2013³
  16. 16. The Future of Security Fast and Easy Login Data Protection from Malware Transparent Security Anytime Anywhere Identity and Attestation (Voice, SSO) Execution Control (White List) Data and System Recovery (Data Loss Prevention) (Remote Wipe)
  17. 17. Thank You