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Mobile Clinical Trial Congress: The opportunity to take a Mobile first approach to Clinical Trials

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Mobile Clinical Trial Congress: The opportunity to take a Mobile first approach to Clinical Trials

For a video and links to content referred to within this talk click the following:

http://mhealthinsight.com/2015/04/01/mobile-first-clinical-trials/

For more details on the excellent MCT Congress event that was held on the 24-25 March 2015 at the Edinburgh Conference Centre visit:

http://www.mct-congress.co.uk/2015-edinburgh/programme/

For a video and links to content referred to within this talk click the following:

http://mhealthinsight.com/2015/04/01/mobile-first-clinical-trials/

For more details on the excellent MCT Congress event that was held on the 24-25 March 2015 at the Edinburgh Conference Centre visit:

http://www.mct-congress.co.uk/2015-edinburgh/programme/

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Mobile Clinical Trial Congress: The opportunity to take a Mobile first approach to Clinical Trials

  1. 1. 25 March 2015 Edinburgh, Scotland Mobile First Clinical Trials David Doherty
  2. 2. For this slide deck & video: @mHealth http://twitter.com/mHealth
  3. 3. Don't turn off your Mobile http://twitter.com/mHealth
  4. 4. http://twitter.com/mHealth
  5. 5. My first memory in life was of Telecoms in Healthcare http://twitter.com/mHealth
  6. 6. My first memory in life was of Telecoms in Healthcare http://twitter.com/mHealth
  7. 7. My first memory in life was of Telecoms in Healthcare http://twitter.com/mHealth
  8. 8. My first memory in life was of Telecoms in Healthcare http://twitter.com/mHealth
  9. 9. 1995: I'm at Medical School & I've got a Mobile in my pocket http://twitter.com/mHealth
  10. 10. 1995: I'm at Medical School & I've got a Mobile in my pocket http://twitter.com/mHealth
  11. 11. 2006: Launched 3G Doctor http://3GDoctor.com
  12. 12. http://3GDoctor.com Available 24x7 for a cost of only £35 per Consultation.
  13. 13. Simply register on the secure 3GDoctor.com website. http://3GDoctor.com
  14. 14. Top up your Account.
  15. 15. Create or Share a PHR. Http://HealthVault.com
  16. 16. Share your concerns with the help of an Interactive Medical History Questionnaire. Http://MedicalHistory.com
  17. 17. Share any additional information you feel could be helpful (eg. Photos, Websites, YouTube Videos).
  18. 18. A Doctor will review the info you shared & conduct any neccessary research before Video Calling you.
  19. 19. The Video Consultation normally lasts no more than 10 minutes. http://3GDoctor.com
  20. 20. Login after your Consult to view, download & print off your comprehensive written Consultation Report. http://3GDoctor.com
  21. 21. This document includes an action plan to ensure the next move you make is the right one. http://3GDoctor.com
  22. 22. After every Consult we ask Patients to share feedback to help us improve the service we offer. http://3GDoctor.com
  23. 23. We're not a replacement for a Family Doctor (the best place for you to get care). http://3GDoctor.com
  24. 24. We're not selling Prescriptions. http://3GDoctor.com
  25. 25. The Patient is our only customer & we aren't involved in selling personal information. http://mhealthinsight.com/2014/10/12/
  26. 26. The Patient is our only customer & we aren't involved in selling personal information. http://mhealthinsight.com/2014/10/12/
  27. 27. We provide you with the documented advice of impartial, independent Doctors.
  28. 28. Amazon MayDay: 24/7 video call support with 15 sec response time Http://Amazon.com
  29. 29. Talk to us about how we can add value to your clinical trials. Http://About.me/mHealth
  30. 30. http://3GDoctor.com
  31. 31. 1986
  32. 32. AllTrials Http://mHesalthInsight.com/2014/03/06/
  33. 33. In sport they don't even publish the good stuff
  34. 34. That's all changing...
  35. 35. In 2015 it's all in your Pocket
  36. 36. We can use devices to Care
  37. 37. Anytime, Anywhere Care
  38. 38. Well now you wouldn't really want to start from here
  39. 39. Big Challenges: Recruitment
  40. 40. Big Challenges: Costs
  41. 41. Big Challenges: Facility Based
  42. 42. Big Challenges: Lack of Results
  43. 43. “Promise me you'll never wear a pink ribbon in my name or drop a dollar into a bucket that goes to breast cancer “awareness” for “early detection for a cure” Laurie Becklund RIP Big Challenges: Documentation
  44. 44. Big Challenges: Focus ≠ Patients
  45. 45. The world's biggest car transport company owns no cars http://uber.com
  46. 46. World's biggest accomodation supplier owns no property http://airbnbr.com
  47. 47. World's most valuable retailer has zero inventory http://alibaba.com
  48. 48. World's most popular media company creates no content
  49. 49. Apple ResearchKit is decisive...
  50. 50. Apple ResearchKit is decisive... http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/841646 “By shifting data collection to consumers in their real world, on a massive scale, this potentially represents the biggest change since the origins of clinical trials - such as with citrus fruits for scurvy in 1747 or streptomycin for tuberculosis in 1946” @EricTopol
  51. 51. World's biggest Clinical Trial company isn't going to sell Drugs
  52. 52. World's biggest Clinical Trial company isn't going to sell Drugs
  53. 53. The single most conclusive evidence that it'll disrupt Clinical Trial Industry?
  54. 54. When boiled down research is about asking questions & documenting answers
  55. 55. Trials need to be designed like marriages NOT one night stands.
  56. 56. Clinical Trial Ratings will be the biggest driver of Innovation
  57. 57. Ratings will reward the Ethical, Scientific & Transparent
  58. 58. Ratings will require Documentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFmb9OL-oq0 “Promise me you'll never wear a pink ribbon in my name or drop a dollar into a bucket that goes to breast cancer “awareness” for “early detection for a cure” Laurie Becklund RIP
  59. 59. Ratings will demand we at least appear efficient
  60. 60. Ratings will reward those who help Patients gain insights from their data https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFmb9OL-oq0
  61. 61. Ratings will reshape how we think about Risk
  62. 62. Ratings will demand we're available
  63. 63. Ratings will demand we're available
  64. 64. Ratings will require us to listen ”The word LISTEN has the same letters as the word SILENT” Alfred Brendel
  65. 65. Ratings will demand good use of tech
  66. 66. Ratings will demand good use of tech
  67. 67. Ratings will demand good use of tech
  68. 68. Ratings will demand good use of tech
  69. 69. Ratings will demand quality content
  70. 70. Ratings will demand a relationship beyond the trial
  71. 71. Ratings will make it sensible to Crowdfund Clinical Trials We're developing new Antibiotics
  72. 72. Ratings will make it sensible to Crowdfund Clinical Trials We're Researching Relapsing Polychondritis
  73. 73. What's the business model?
  74. 74. The good news: This is all quite simple as it's how we should be caring for Patients https://www.mhealthinsight.com/2010/05/06/
  75. 75. “Just one more thing, my wife...” https://www.mhealthinsight.com/2010/05/06/
  76. 76. Mobile First Clinical Trials will enable Patients to help others Life's most persistent & urgent question: What are you doing for others?
  77. 77. @mHealth mHealth Insight.com Thank you! http://about.me/mHealth/ http://twitter.com/mHealth http:///mHealthInsight.com

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