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As health is one of the most pressing issues of today, it is a recurring topic within THNK’s Challenge project, which are real-life open innovation projects that address broad social issues through a process of collaboration and human-centered design tools.
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  1. 1. 1 THNK HEALTH SHAPING THE FUTURE OF PERSONAL HEALTH
  2. 2. 2 1.INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. 3 THNK is building multiple communities of practice with its global network of innovation leaders These communities are made up of engaged THNK participants who lend expertise or interest within a specific domain Personal Health was identified as a key area due to the number of initiatives already underway and an area of increasing global attention This document seeks to outline the Community of Practice Framework for THNK Health, provide a snapshot of what we are currently thinking and working on and invite participation into this Community of thinkers and makers 1 2 3 4 SHAPING THE FUTURE OF PERSONAL HEALTH
  4. 4. 4 Founder of Heartbeat Ventures Innovation and Strategy Advisor to multinationals in the Life Sciences sector International Business Development in the High- Tech sector Health and consumer expert at European Commission & former teaching fellow at Singularity University Fellow at Kairos Society & member of the World Young Doctor’s Organization Co-Founder of THNK Entrepreneur in the creative and digital sector Board member of Trendwatching.com Digital Healthcare Strategy Manager at Deloitte, South Africa Previous experience at Havas Worldwide Digital, NATIVE SA, and Brandsh Media ADNAN MIRZA (NL/PK) AGNIESZKA GACZKOWSKA (PL) BAS VERHART (NL) GABRIELLE ROSARIO (SA) HEALTH COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE CORE TEAM
  5. 5. 5 INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE
  6. 6. 6 2. GRAND CHALLENGE
  7. 7. 7 GRAND HEALTH CHALLENGE
  8. 8. 8 THE COST OF HEALTHCARE Most of the countries across the globe are facing a formidable challenge to manage the rapidly increasing cost of health care Although spending rose by just an estimated 1.9 percent in 2012, it is expected to pick up again, with total spending rising by 2.6 percent in nominal terms in 2013 and by an annual average of 5.3 percent until 2017. Given population growth, this means that spending per head is anticipated to rise by an average of 4.4 percent a year from 2014-2017 Lifestyle-related illness combined with an ageing world population are increasingly putting health care budgets under pressure The economic cost of lifestyle related disease is accelerating and will cost the world economy $ 47 trillion in 2030
  9. 9. 9 THE COST OF HEALTHCARE Source: Deloitte 2014 Global health care sector outlook
  10. 10. 10 AGEING WORLD POPULATION • THE POPULATION AGED 60 OR OVER IS CURRENTLY INCREASING AT THE FASTEST PACE EVER. Source: World Population Prospects: The 2012 Revision (UN, 2013).
  11. 11. 11 INCREASING LIFESTYLE-RELATED ILLNESS • LIFESTYLE RELATED DISEASES ARE INCREASINGLY A SOCIETAL PROBLEM FOR QUALITY OF LIFE AND LABOR PARTICIPATION. Source: Health Care Survey 2012 (AON Hewitt), WHO.
  12. 12. 12 COST OF LIFESTYLE RELATED DISEASE Source: The Global Economic Burden of Non-communicable Diseases, Harvard School of Public Health, 2011
  13. 13. 13 AT THE SAME TIME, THERE IS AN EXPLOSIVE GROWTH IN DIGITAL HEALTH FUNDING Source: RockHealth 2014 Midyear Digital Health Funding Update
  14. 14. 14 THNK believes that cities that focus on prevention will increase productivity and create new economic opportunities EMBARKING ON A MULTI-YEAR INNOVATION JOURNEY THNK is driving the collaboration and fostering the co-creation of solutions that address the Global Health challenge THNK is partnering with a wide variety of leading corporations and research groups THNK is exploring Amsterdam, Vancouver, Shanghai, Lisbon and San Francisco as potential test beds for new prototypes, programs and solutions
  15. 15. 15 3. PERSONAL HEALTH CHALLENGES
  16. 16. 16 PERSONAL HEALTH CHALLENGE
  17. 17. 17 PERSONAL HEALTH CHALLENGES OVERVIEW THNK is committed to launch two new challenge programs every year for the coming 10 years Currently THNK Class 6 is working on the Vitality 2.0 Challenge on how to improve health and wellbeing in the workplace The next section of this document will outline the insights, vision and ideas that come out of the THNK Class 4 – Future of Personal Health Challenge
  18. 18. 18 How can we get citizens and health professionals to jointly foster healthy living choices by using smart solutions? THNK PERSONAL HEALTH CHALLENGE February 2015
  19. 19. 19 A DIVERSE TEAM 20 participants with interdisciplinary backgrounds, ranging from corporate to the creative industry, and from diverse geographies - from Brazil to Russia, from Germany to India Faculty (a.o.): Menno van Dijk, Bas Verhart, Sharon Chang, Mark Vernooij, Berend-Jan Hilberts, Kaz Brecher & Judith Frankenhuis Partners – Philips and Achmea
  20. 20. 20 EXAMPLE OF THNK PARTICIPANTS AGNIESZKA GACZKOWSKA EVELINE VAN BEEK NIKO VERAMO • MBA in healthcare & teaching Fellow in Medicine and Neuroscience in Singularity University. • Public health specialist and as a National Focal Officer in World Young Doctors Organization. • Management Consultant at KPMG Plexus, focused on Healthcare Advisory. • Masters degrees in Bioinformatics at the Utrecht University and Economics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. • Management Consultant at Fizz Company, focused on Hospitality Advisory. • Creating innovative concepts and sustainable value-based strategies for hotels and other tourism entities.
  21. 21. 21 EXPERTS INTERVIEWED (A.O.) General Practitioner, Medical Doctor Passionate about helping people take responsibility for their own health Believes the current practice is too focused on acute caretaking Co-founder of Quantified Self Europe and Amsterdam, Founder of Nexthealth (the first Health 2.0 event in Europe) and focused on digital health business models. General Practitioner, Medical Doctor Believes that Healthy Living is best promoted on a large scale, through educational campaigns on TV, Facebook, Twittering and developing useful Apps Ask about:"FatSecret" and “Safe Hearing” Plastic surgeon at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam. BSc in Psychology. Specifically in reconstructive surgery after tumor excisions and accidents. Also specializes in hand surgery, “a medical specialty which has a great (and underestimated) impact on society.” General Practitioner & Primary Health Care Innovator at VUmc. She also has a special interest in participatory medicine and the self-monitoring patient: “Prevention, participation and Quantified Self could be the future of primary health care” Internist-geriatrician with a PhD in "the genetic determinants of healthy longevity". Principle investigator of the "Active and Healthy Aging" study, a randomized controlled in the effect of Philips DirectLife on physical activity, health and quality of life in inactive older adults. MELANIE LINSSEN-MEIJER MAARTEN DEN BRABER EVELINE RESING JAN MAERTEN SMIT KRISTEL VAN DER WINDEN SIMON MOOIJAART Scientific Affairs Manager - DirectLife, Philips Consumer Lifestyle Expertise in sport & fitness, weight management, food and healthcare PhD in measurement of human energy expenditure (food intake &physical activity). MSc in biological health Therapeutic Nutritionist (Orthomolecular Medicine) Mission to help people optimise health and vitality through nutrition and lifestyle choices TV presenter DR. ANNELIES GORIS-VREUGDENHIL KYRIN HALL
  22. 22. 22 ENGAGING WITH PARTNERS AND EXPERTS
  23. 23. 23 WE APPLIED THE THNK APPROACH TO INNOVATION Design the concept to scale while remaining adaptable to an uncertain future. Explore the topic, combining rational analysis with intuitive gathering of insights. Create an innovative enterprise concept by thinking big. Perform rapid user testing to collect feedback and improve the concept.
  24. 24. 24 FOCUS SENSING 3.A . 3.B . 3.C . VISIONING INNOVATION OPPORTUNITIES Finding New Insights A future perspective
  25. 25. 25 3.A SENSING
  26. 26. 26 MOST CHRONIC CONDITIONS ARE DRIVEN BY LIFESTYLE CHOICE, AND THEREFORE PREVENTABLE Source: Health Care Survey 2012 (AON Hewitt).
  27. 27. 27 PEOPLE INTERACT MUCH MORE ABOUT HEALTH WITH PEERS THAN WITH INSTITUTIONAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS...
  28. 28. 28 PEERS CAN OFFER SUPPORT, CAN MOTIVATE AND CAN PRESSURE PEOPLE INTO MAKING HEALTHY CHANGES
  29. 29. 29 CARE FOR PEERS IS A STRONGER MOTIVATOR THAN CARE FOR SELF Source: Edelman Health Barometer 2011.
  30. 30. 30 PEOPLE WITHOUT A SOCIAL NETWORK OF PEERS NEED MORE HELP WITH THEIR HEALTH
  31. 31. 31 BEING AN EXAMPLE FOR CHILDREN COULD BE A MOTIVATOR FOR BEHAVIORAL CHANGE
  32. 32. 32 A DATA FEEDBACK LOOP IS MISSING BETWEEN PATIENTS AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
  33. 33. 33 HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS WANT PATIENTS / CONSUMERS TO TRACK THEIR HEALTH
  34. 34. 34 50% EXPERIENCE RELAPSE TOWARDS UNHEALTHY BEHAVIOR Source: Edelman Health Barometer 2011.
  35. 35. 35 HEALTH BEHAVIOR AND PREFERENCES DIFFER FROM PERSON TO PERSON
  36. 36. 36 PATIENTS AND INSURERS COULD BOTH BENEFIT FINANCIALLY FROM BETTER HEALTH
  37. 37. 37 SOCIAL GAMIFICATION ENCOURAGES HEALTHY BEHAVIOR
  38. 38. 38 SMARTPHONES AND APPS ARE NOT YET COMMONLY USED FOR HEALTH
  39. 39. 39 SLEEP IS UNDERUTILIZED AS A MEANS FOR IMPROVING PERSONAL HEALTH
  40. 40. 40 AURA DUSK DOCTOR ON DEMANDA system that both monitors and positively impacts your sleep Virtual companion for grandparents Connects consumers directly to a licensed physician via an app RAPID GROWTH IN SMART HEALTH TRACKERS Using the recorded data, Withings Aura provides you with scientifically- validated light, and sound programs that will adapt to your personal body clock, and positively impact your sleeping conditions. Dusk was designed for seniors and their families. The 2-part system includes a health monitoring band that monitors the wearer’s vitals, reporting stats to family and alerting paramedics in the event of an emergency. Also, it has a real-time video & photo sharing function. Doctor on Demand will randomly pair up patients with doctors in their state for video calls at $40 a 15-minute consultation – which certainly compares favorably with emergency room or urgent care fees. Four categories of professionals who work with the service: pediatricians, family practice, internal medicine, and ER.
  41. 41. 41 3.B VISIONING
  42. 42. 42 A Continued push towards Healthcare Do It Yourself (as a Family). Any available efficiency improvements in healthcare will be aggressively pursued, pushing care where possible to the patient. The commitment to take care of each other will feel meaningful and fulfilling for families and communities (and also need support). Regulatory measures to penalize bad food and behavior. Consumption and lifestyle related healthcare problems and associated costs will become increasingly significant and visible. This will result in government interventions to start taxing unhealthy food, e.g. sugar, and penalizing unhealthy life style habits, e.g. smoking and physical inactivity. Explosion of new services, solutions and policies resulting from highly specialized data-driven software applications. The internet and mobile communications will provide unparalleled opportunity for tracking, analyzing, interpreting and sharing healthcare information. This will inform people, physicians, hospitals, employers, public infrastructure providers, policy makers, and help them make better choices. 1 2 3 WE SEE…
  43. 43. 43 Health maintenance products and services professionalizing. For aging people (totally different from youth) maintaining health and staying fit is a number one priority, but one that often requires deeply engrained changes in behavior. With the size of the aging population growing fast, health maintenance provision will become sufficiently substantial and profitable to fully develop as an industry. Fitness gadgets continue to be popular - but remain gadgets. Companies successful in behavioral change in other industries (music, fashion, consumer electronics, consumer goods, food and beverages) use advertising, retail experiences, addictive products and ingredients, pricing incentives, loyalty schemes, and customer relationship management tools for behavioral change as well. These methods will enter the health maintenance industry and replace the gadgetry. Sleep will become a new industry: The prevalence of lifestyle related illness will push research and discovery into what keeps us sane, fit and healthy. This R&D will also improve our understanding of the healthy effects of sleep and trigger discoveries to improve its effectiveness. 4 5 6 …UNFOLDING AT A RAPID PACE
  44. 44. 44 TRANSITIONS ARE IN AN EMBRYONIC STAGE AND THE AIR IS “PREGNANT” FOR A BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATION TO SCALE
  45. 45. 45 FOCUS Support communities in taking care of their own Create specialized, health improvement software applications
  46. 46. 46 From consumer to co-producer; giving people (individuals and communities) information to make the right health choices and maintain healthy lifestyles. From crude to enhanced: giving health professionals sophisticated software to collect, interpret and share health and patient data. From pills to plans: giving people (individuals and communities) products and instructions that have sustained impact on their behavior and health. From calls to feedback loops: equipping people with constant health tracking with direct feedback to the individual and health professional. From mono-disciplinary to holistic. Products and services that are based on the concept of integrated body and mind. 1 2 3 4 5 DRIVERS WE FOCUS ON THE FOLLOWING DRIVERS OF ENHANCING PERSONAL HEALTH
  47. 47. 47 Prevent (preventnow.com) is a 16-week online program designed to help people lose weight and change the factors that put them at risk for type 2 diabetes. Combines a clinically-proven curriculum with individual mentorship to guide participants toward manageable but powerful goals. Imagine if we were able to immediately translate the impact of good or bad decisions onto our health and overall life expectancy, surely we would be more inclined to make better decisions overall . IGNITE is a personal health tracking system that does just that, by actively monitoring a user’s life expectancy using a smartphone’s sensors. Wellness tracker takes mood rings to the next level. The W/Me is a wristband sensor that monitors a wearer's feelings via the autonomic nervous system. In order to provide a more complete view of health, the device translates the data it collects into three scores: mental state, agility, and age of ones nerve system. This reading is based on breathing, stress, and other factors. PREVENT IGNITE W/ME 1. FROM CONSUMER TO CO-PRODUCER Source: THNK Analysis, PSFK, Fastcompany, HBR
  48. 48. 48 Figure 1 is a new photo sharing app for healthcare professionals that enables them to post images to the medical community and comment on them. The app provides a safe way to capture and share medical images in real-time, and doctors will be able to learn from others through the platform. Scanadu is building a suite of products using the elegance of science and the power of technology that will empower users to monitor (temperature, heart rate, oximetry, ecg, HRV, PWTT) their health anytime, anywhere. Each product wirelessly and effortlessly connects to a smartphone, providing users with analytics and intelligence to live a healthier life. RevUp! helps to make sense of health data and provides better access to analysis from healthcare professionals. The platform also uses predictive intelligence to give users better access to proactive and preventative health care. FIGURE 1 SCANADU REVUP! 2. FROM CRUDE TO ENHANCED Source: THNK Analysis, PSFK, Fastcompany, HBR
  49. 49. 49 The world’s first prescription-only smartphone app (FDA approved). . The app helps people with type 2 diabetes, the most common form, by nudging them when it’s time to check their blood sugar levels, reminding them how and when to control fluctuations, and offering periodic advice. BioniqHealth.com compares the features and quality of all varieties of health trackers. It hopes to give doctors the option to “prescribe” certain health devices and build a community to offer detailed reviews. Bioniq will help individuals to find tools and technologies most relevant to their specific needs (i.e. I want to run a marathon, I want to better understand and manage my sleep)”. Sleep mask that helps wearers sleep in a more efficient way by shifting them from a monophasic sleep to a polyphasic one. Polyphasic sleep cycles break up normal rest periods into smaller parts – depending on preference, it can be anywhere from 2 to 6 hours – throughout the day. BLUESTAR BIONIQHEALTH NEUROON 3. FROM PILLS TO PLANS Source: THNK Analysis, PSFK, Fastcompany, HBR
  50. 50. 50 The HealthPatch biosensor is a clinical-grade biometric measurements in a continuous, configurable and non-obtrusive manner using a small yet powerful patch worn on the chest. It can be customized for type and frequency of data collection, communicates via Bluetooth LE and provides HIPPA-compliant cloud-based connectivity, analytics, and storage. Designed to track the amount of medication inside them in real-time, wirelessly send this HIPAA- compliant data into the cloud, and remind patients to take their prescribed dosage via automated phone call or text message. Sleep Number’s dual-sided bed features built-in Sleep IQ technology that monitors sleep patterns and recommends optimal settings for the adjustable mattress. It also cross-references the data collected throughout the night against pre-sleep activities such as exercise and caffeine to deliver Sleep IQ scores. HEALTHPATCH ADHERETECH SLEEP NUMBER 4. FROM CALLS TO FEEDBACK LOOPS Source: THNK Analysis, PSFK, Fastcompany, HBR
  51. 51. 51 Green spaces have lasting impact on people's mental well-being. UK researchers found moving to a green space had a sustained positive effect (measured up to 3 years), unlike pay rises or promotions, which only provided a short-term boost. Tellspec lets you discover allergens before you've eaten them. Scanning the item in question, the gadget sends a list of ingredients and nutritional information to a companion app, which makes it easy to evaluate your food before you’ve put it in your mouth. Nestlé Will Test Health Foods on Human Brain Cells. Nestlé competitors like Danone have also been investing in nutrition or medically enhanced products. The worldwide market for health and wellness food and beverages is forecast to grow from $772 billion in 2013 to $944 billion in 2018. GREEN SPACES FOOD SCANNING BRAIN FOODS 5. FROM MONO-DISCIPLINARY TO HOLISTIC
  52. 52. 52 3.C INNOVATION OPPORTUNITIES
  53. 53. 53 INNOVATION OPPORTUNITIES Linking business model innovation to new product ideas triggers a rich set of opportunities. We have made this linkage for 4 new product ideas in the area of Personal Health. It shows how business model thinking can be applied to specific ideas.
  54. 54. 54 WHAT IS BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATION? Products that are new, or have new functionality, or are offered to new segments NEW OFFERINGS NEW EXPERIENCES NEW DELIVERY SYSTEMS NEW INCOME MODELS Providing or positioning products in new ways and engaging consumers differently Producing products in new ways leading to superior quality or lower costs Generating new ways to generate income New products, E.g. electric cars New features and functionalities, E.g. car navigation systems that project information on the front screen New customer segments E.g. electric cars for taxi drivers New product combinations, e.g. financing for solar panels New services, e.g. car sharing New channels, e.g., news websites New positioning, e.g., high performance electric cars New ways to engage customers, e.g., product auctions New value chain configurations: E.g. ,direct sales (Dell) New core processes and production methods E.g., local printing New inputs and resources: E.g. scrap metal based mini-mills or call center outsourcing New payment structures: e.g., music subscription (Spotify) Other sources of income: e.g. data sales (LinkedIn)
  55. 55. 55 Concept 01 Unproductive, non-restorative sleep is proven to lead to weigh gain, premature ageing general drop in efficiency and acuity in work. Smart phone-based devices are only capable of tracking, not of regulating sleep influencers. Smart bed linen through sensors tracks user’s sleep and through cooling/heating elements, dynamic bed springs, etc. optimizes the user’s sleep experience. The product tracks and regulates a variety of sleep aspects, including pressure, movement, posture, temperature, heartbeat, breathing patterns. SMART BED LINEN
  56. 56. 56 Freemium: mobile app with - evidence based – practical tips and training on how to improve your sleep Multi-sided platforms: make product and network open to various health professionals and app developers to develop consumers with a variety of personalized approaches to sleep. Re-aggregate existing services into a total sleep solution Infomediaries: stats and metrics from other sleepers are automatically gathered and anonymously aggregated to create a benchmark of similar age/size/gender to generate baseline comparisons for patients and health professionals. Build biggest database on sleep Experiences: create the ultimate sleeping experience together with large hotel chain Upcycling: stimulate “giving-back” services after at the end of a treatment period. After the product has worked for you, it will be passed on to other users, or will be deconstructed and valuable materials will be re-used in next generation devices 1 2 3 4 5 BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATIONS SMART BED LINEN
  57. 57. 57 Concept 02 Anxiety is a big problem. 3 out of 4 people experience negative symptoms.Stress impairs working ability and can impact relationships. WEF estimates stress will cost $16 trillion globally over the next 20 years. An automated journaling approach that combines a skin patch with an app to measures stress, to provide insights into triggers and to manage stress levels. Users discuss journals with their health physicians to identify patterns and avoid stressful situations in the future. STRESS MANAGEMENT
  58. 58. 58 Freemium: Free stress management tool with a premium service for special patches and add-on devices Re-aggregation: stress does not live in isolation and is often related to sleep disorders, food consumption and lack of activity. Aggregate related services into a holistic offering around specific target groups and specific treatments Infomediaries: provide benchmarks of stress management from around the World and comparing services for individual treatment. Creating the biggest global database and therefore the best access to solutions Cloud services: partly replace stress related health professionals with AI tools and treatments Behavior change: Making healthy living (incl. stress reduction) a brand utility and part of the company culture and brand communications 1 2 3 4 5 BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATIONS STRESS MANAGEMENT
  59. 59. 59 Concept 03 (First time) parents incur a lot of stress about their baby's health. Baby sleeping is the top rated issue/concern for new parents. Better infant sleep correlates with better cognitive and motoric skills development. A smart baby monitor for better sleep of baby (and parents). It contributes to better child development and relieves the concerns of the parents. Brings insightful analytics around the baby's location, activity, vital stats and sleep patterns. SMART BABY MONITOR
  60. 60. 60 Everything as a service: baby sleep as a service – subscribe to service, (renewable each 6 months) and get a combination of smart baby monitor, humidifier, nest thermostat, Philips hue lighting kit and speaker plus on-demand analytics plus skype consults as-needed with pediatricians Embedded intelligence: smart baby monitor includes feedback loop with smart thermostat/humidifier/lighting – optimizes lighting, temperature, CO2 level, humidity, sounds/music of baby room to optimize sleep conditions based on intelligent monitoring of most optimal sleep Collaborative consumption: Pediatricians in the network are retired/stay-at-home pediatricians who want to leverage their underutilized expertise and experience and want to keep involved in their work Inclusive sourcing: set and audit standards of pediatricians, but also connects them back to their working live and trains them in Skype-based consulting Upcycling: at the end of the three year lifecycle, products will come back to the producer, will be refurbished and re-used for next generation babies 1 2 3 4 5 BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATIONS SMART BABY MONITOR
  61. 61. 61 Concept 04 The health care system is incentivized towards curing instead of preventing. Prevention improves the quality of live and reduces the financial burden on the health care system. An integrated approach to health insurance and preventative fitness activities. Reduces health insurance fees for elderly upon reaching fitness goals and upon families joining the program. Applies peer motivation to loved ones to stay healthy. FITNESS INCENTIVES
  62. 62. 62 Freemium: Start out as a free online tool with premium services. What Evernote is for making notes is this tool for growing old in a healthy way Everything as a service: subscription services to the latest devices and prevention programs securing that people have the right equipment at all time Razor & Blades: health tracking devices sold at a discount with integrated training programs and direct connection with general practitioners Mass customization: overall program that is lifestyle oriented, but that is tailored to specific emerging chronic diseases. People are looking for positive lifestyle programs after they have been diagnosed with (symptoms of a) chronic disease for the first time Multi-sided platform: a community created for and by the silver generation that offers integrated products and a whole world of treatments 1 2 3 4 5 BUSINESS MODEL INNOVATIONS FITNESS INCENTIVES
  63. 63. 63 4. THNK COMMUNITY
  64. 64. 64 Founded in Amsterdam in 2012, THNK is a ‘C’ School that combines venture design and innovation leadership to build human-centred systems for a better future. THNK has over 250 innovation leaders from more than 40 countries in its executive community. It has trained thousands of professionals through corporate and online programs. THNK works for leading organizations like Vodafone, Nike, Philips, AT&T, Asics, McKinsey & Company, Shell, Cisco, Booking.com, Genentech, Stanford, Carbon War Room. THNK has programs in Amsterdam, Vancouver, Silicon Valley, Shanghai and Lisbon.
  65. 65. 65 “A combination of unexpected, deep collaboration and learning-by-doing amid real life problem-solving makes the anti- classroom of THNK stand out.” FORBES MAGAZINE November 2014
  66. 66. 66 WAYS TO JOIN THNK
  67. 67. 67 CONTRIBUTORS • Adnan Mirza • Agnieszka Gaczkowska • Gabrielle Rosario HEALTH TEAM EDITORS • Bas Verhart • Berend-Jan Hilberts • Menno van Dijk • Natalja Laurey • Sharon Chang THNK FACULTY • Bertha French • Gaurav Mishra • Felix von Coerper • Jeroen Buma • Patrick Leenheers PRE CHALLENGE TEAM • Agnieszka Gaczkowska • Ajay Chaturvedi • Andrey Laletin • Brian Finley • Christel Eijkholt • Ektaa Aggarwal • Emilie Langlois • Esteban Torbar • Eveline Van Beek • Felix Berger • Heidi Boisvert • Jasper van den Driest • Jeroen de Lange • John Egan • Jürgen Griesbeck • Karim Maarek • Katie Tsouros • Leena al Olaimy • Leontien Peeters • Lital Marom • Marcus Breekweg • Mark Turrell • Matthew Montgomery • Michele Ernsting • Michell Zappa • Nick Martin • Niko Viramo • Rieko Shofu • Sacha Carina van Ginhoven • Sarah Dickinson • Saskia Maas • Teresa Hernandez • Toby Chaudhuri THNK CLASS 4 - AMSTERDAM • Achmea • Philips PARTNERS
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  69. 69. 69 THNK, SCHOOL OF CREATIVE LEADERSHIP Haarlemmerweg 8A | 1014 BE Amsterdam The Netherlands Phone: +31(0) 20 684 25 06 info@thnk.org www.thnk.org THNK, SCHOOL OF CREATIVE LEADERSHIP Haarlemmerweg 8A | 1014 BE Amsterdam The Netherlands info@thnk.org www.thnk.org THNK Health - Shaping the future of personal health Contact: Bas Verhart – bas.verhart@thnk.org
  70. 70. 70 THANK YOU

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