Keynote slides: The Future of Healthcare

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Slides to accompany Ross Dawson's keynote at Australasian Longterm Health Conditions Conference. For more content see www.rossdawson.com

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Keynote slides: The Future of Healthcare

  1. 1. The Future of Healthcare The Art of the Possible Futurist Strategy advisor Author @rossdawson
  2. 2. it’s just u ne ve n ly d is tr ib u te d The future is already here - William Gibson, author
  3. 3. Driving Forces Leadership Work Data Behaviour Home Community Medicine
  4. 4. Driving Forces
  5. 5. Technology Society Structure EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS EXPECTATIONS MODULAR ECONOMY
  6. 6. Technology Society Structure EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS EXPECTATIONS MODULAR ECONOMY
  7. 7. Information accelerates Flickr credit: kainet
  8. 8. Wherever you go 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% India Russia Philippines Brazil China Germany France New Zealand UK Netherlands USA Australia Japan Source: Kleiner Perkins Caulfield Byers, as of Q2 2013 Global smartphone penetration Smartphone penetration Smartphone growth
  9. 9. Machines overtaking man
  10. 10. Soaring data Source: IDC
  11. 11. The potential of bio-informatics
  12. 12. At your command
  13. 13. Technology Society Structure EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS EXPECTATIONS MODULAR ECONOMY
  14. 14. We expect more
  15. 15. Flickr credit: monasosh Power to the individual
  16. 16. Excellence
  17. 17. 2:50 3:43 4:10 4:13 5:03 5:12 5:52 6:28 6:28 7:17 7:43 0:00 1:12 2:24 3:36 4:48 6:00 7:12 8:24 Japan Switzerland France Germany Brazil Spain United Kingdom Italy United States Australia New Zealand Hours per month on social media Global social media usage Participation Source: Nielsen
  18. 18. Transparency
  19. 19. Health costs more Source: OECD 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 % Total health expenditure as proportion of GDP United States New Zealand Australia
  20. 20. Technology Society Structure EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS EXPECTATIONS MODULAR ECONOMY
  21. 21. Transaction costs slide
  22. 22. The global modular economy Flickr credit: Ssppeeeeddyy/
  23. 23. Matching demand and availability
  24. 24. Technology Society Structure EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS EXPECTATIONS MODULAR ECONOMY
  25. 25. Work
  26. 26. Work can be done anywhere
  27. 27. The rise of telehealth
  28. 28. Machines plus humans
  29. 29. The humanisation of work Flickr credit: Dell
  30. 30. Free learning for all
  31. 31. Data
  32. 32. The power of big data The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads. That sucks. - Jeff Hammerbacher
  33. 33. Tracking activity
  34. 34. We will wear computers
  35. 35. Measuring blood sugar
  36. 36. Managing your disease
  37. 37. Health diagnostics at home
  38. 38. First-pass diagnosis
  39. 39. Behaviour Flickr credit: Paolo Fefe
  40. 40. In 2017 there will be over 3.4 billion smartphones and tablets, 1.7 billion people will have downloaded medical health apps. - mHealth App Developer Economics 2014, Research2Guidance
  41. 41. What you should be doing
  42. 42. Games for health
  43. 43. Psychographics for behaviour change
  44. 44. Home Flickr credit: James Thompson
  45. 45. Tech-enabled mobile nursing
  46. 46. Tracking medicine behaviours
  47. 47. Interfaces to helping homes
  48. 48. Household robots
  49. 49. Emotional robots
  50. 50. Robots or real dogs?
  51. 51. Flickr credit: ^rika^ Community
  52. 52. Online communities
  53. 53. Learning from others
  54. 54. People-powered health Source: People Powered Health Co-Production Catalog, NESTA
  55. 55. Local social networks
  56. 56. Medicine
  57. 57. Personalised medicine
  58. 58. Sharing health data
  59. 59. Aggregating genetic data
  60. 60. Leadership
  61. 61. The only way you can control your destiny is to be more flexible than your environment - The Law of Requisite Variety
  62. 62. Understanding the system and the levers
  63. 63. Individuals in control
  64. 64. The journey of creating the future
  65. 65. Driving Forces Leadership Work Data Behaviour Home Community Medicine

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