Manchester mHealth Ecosystem


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Manchester mHealth Ecosystem

  1. 1. Fostering Collaboration and Innovation:The Manchester m-Health Ecosystem<br />21 Sept 2011<br />John Ainsworth<br /><br />
  2. 2. The Global Challenge: Ageing population andmanagement of long term conditions<br />Globally over 1 billion adults and 155 million children are overweight <br />700 million people are 60 or older <br />Citizens - overweight & obesity effects both small and large nations<br /><ul><li>Britain- 25% men & women
  3. 3. USA- 30% men & women
  4. 4. Tonga- 47% men, 70% women
  5. 5. Samoa- 33% men, 63% women</li></ul>Dramatic increase in people developing Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Diabetes and Hypertension<br />New Innovation will be needed to help manage the challenges facing organisations operating in this sector <br />Source WHO<br />
  6. 6. Need to shift the Continuum of Care<br />Shift Left<br />Highest Quality of Life<br />Lowest Cost of Care<br />Health and Wellness<br />Quality of Life<br />Home Care<br />Residential Care<br />Acute Care<br />Cost of Care<br />
  7. 7. m-Health<br /><ul><li>Computing power
  8. 8. Large display
  9. 9. Usable
  10. 10. Short range connectivity
  11. 11. Always on
  12. 12. Always connected</li></li></ul><li>
  13. 13. In the real world …<br />Lots of pilots, very few progress further<br />Barriers to be overcome<br />deployment at scale – system not individual studies<br />large, diverse, ‘instrumented’ study population<br />health economics assessment<br />access and equity<br />regulatory environment EU 2007/47/EC<br />
  14. 14. m-Health Ecosystem<br />Multi-sector partnership of critical mass<br />shared commitment to accelerate adoption<br />Innovation factory<br />co-develop innovative whole-system solutions<br />Route from pilots to routine practice<br />co-developed pilot-to-adoption business plans, evidence<br />Reduced barriers to new trials<br />
  15. 15. The European m-Health Alliance (EuMHA) <br />Initiative designed to support and promote the wider adoption of healthcare and wellbeing (including sports and fitness) products, services, applications and innovation across Europe <br />Concentrate on the economic development of the mHealth sector<br />Provide leadership, innovation and economic transformation across a wide spectrum of private and public sector organisations <br />Encourage a broad offering of new products and services for all European citizens that will promote a healthy and improved lifestyle to benefit everyone<br />To work with organisations across Europe to support regulatory enablement<br />
  16. 16. The Manchester m-Health eco-system<br />Manchester <br />Social, ethnic, health and lifestyle diversity<br />Only UK city in WHO network of age-friendly cities<br />University of Manchester <br />World-leading multidisciplinary research in health, particularly e-health, informatics, social sciences, business models<br />M-Health Innovation Centre (MHIC) founded in 2009 in partnership with the GSM Association<br />Partnership with NHS Trusts: <br />Acute, specialist and primary care <br />NW Exemplar clinical trials network <br />53 day trials set-up (UK av = 98 days)<br />Partnerships with industry<br />
  17. 17. Who is involved with the Manchester m-Health eco-system?<br />Serves a population of > 3 million; delivers services to > 2 million patients p.a. (3,700 beds); 8 Hospitals plus primary, community and social care; clinical research network; c. 23,500NHS staff <br />University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust<br />J&J (Janssen Healthcare Innovation)<br />The Christie NHS Foundation Trust<br />The University of Manchester<br />EuMHA<br />Manchester MHealth<br />Eco-system<br />Intel <br />Greater Manchester Comprehensive Local Research Network<br />NW eHealth<br />Manchester Mental Health &<br /> Social Care Trust<br />Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust<br />Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (comprising Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Saint Mary’s Hospital and University Dental Hospital) <br />
  18. 18. What is the purpose of the eco-system?<br />Understand healthcare needs, service delivery challenges and business models<br />Create a multi-sector partnership of significant critical mass committed to:<br />Accelerating the adoption of MHealth innovations<br />Improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare delivery<br />Providing a reliable route for moving from MHealth innovation to routine service, based on realistic co‐developed pilot‐to‐adoption business plans.<br />Create an ‘innovation factory’ to co‐develop innovative whole‐system solutions<br />partners with complementary expertise and objectives<br />access to a large, well characterised study population.<br />standard umbrella agreements to lower barriers to starting new pilots, trials and services<br />
  19. 19. What are the benefits of the eco-system? <br />m-Health Value Chain<br />Partnerships are needed to deliver mobile health services across the value chain<br />
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  21. 21. Example projects<br />Metabolic Health and Wellbeing (obesity, diabetes)<br />Assisted Living (including ICT and ageing, falls prevention, self-care and remote monitoring)<br />Mental Health & Wellbeing<br />Process Optimisation<br />Mobile Workforce<br />
  22. 22. Mobile Monitoring of Schizophrenia<br />
  23. 23. User can click or drag scale to answer<br />Result will be converted to 7 point likert scale<br />Next question depends on answer (branching)<br />Mobile Monitoring of Schizophrenia<br />
  24. 24. How do you get involved?<br />Contact:<br />Carmel Dickinson []<br />