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Internet of Things will make you live longer

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8 applications of Internet of Things that will make Healthcare cheaper and more effective. More can be found on ➔ www.boardofinnovation.com/blog

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Internet of Things will make you live longer

  1. 1. 8 APPLICATIONS OF INTERNET OF THINGS THAT WILL MAKE HEALTHCARE CHEAPER AND MORE EFFECTIVE. curated by Giorgio Orsucci INTERNET OF THINGS WILL MAKE YOU LIVE LONGER. Photo by jesse orrico on Unsplash
  2. 2. Board of Innovation makes corporates innovate like startups, mixing proven methods from Design Thinking and Lean Startup. www.boardofinnovation.com Feel free to tweak, fix, remix any part of this work, as long as it is for non-commercial purposes and you credit Board of Innovation. If you don’t, bad karma on you. Some clients we are proud to work with: say hi
  3. 3. Intro Ok, first: one little test
  4. 4. Intro What do you think if I say Healthcare?
  5. 5. Hospitals? Flickr, niaid What do you think if I say Healthcare?
  6. 6. Hospitals? Diseases? What do you think if I say Healthcare? Flickr, niaidFlickr, niaid
  7. 7. ILLNESS This happens because Healthcare traditionally focuses on the illness rather than on people. Intro
  8. 8. ILLNESS Magic will happen when the Internet of Things will move Healthcare from an illness-centered ... Intro
  9. 9. WELLNESSILLNESSILLNESS Magic will happen when the Internet of Things will move Healthcare from an illness-centered to a wellness-centered system... Intro
  10. 10. WELLNESSILLNESSILLNESS cure A Healthcare that doesn’t only cure... Intro
  11. 11. care A Healthcare that doesn’t only cure... but increasingly cares about people. WELLNESSILLNESSILLNESS cure Intro
  12. 12. Ok, let’s look at some examples
  13. 13. You’ll have your body tracked, all the time1
  14. 14. You’ll have your body tracked, all the time1 We’ll soon have our body tracked and monitored, on an hourly basis. Wearable devices can keep track of heartbeat, temperature and physical activity, whether you’re running a marathon or testing a new sofa. In the US they’ll reach a 20% market penetration by 2020. Source: eMarketer, 2016 Heartbeat Temperature Activity Monitor Weight
  15. 15. You’ll be alerted about anomalies, as soon as they occur 2 Photo by Carlos Muza on Unsplash
  16. 16. You’ll be alerted about anomalies, as soon as they occur 2 Your cholesterol is a bit high these days. We’ll know if something is not going well, much earlier than before. By monitoring our body stats on an hourly basis, we can be alerted to a problem as soon as it occurs - no need to wait for that medical check-up in 3 months. Prevention, at its best. Photo by Carlos Muza on Unsplash
  17. 17. You’ll have your motivation boosted3 Photo by William Stitt on Unsplash
  18. 18. You’ll have your motivation boosted3 Photo by William Stitt on Unsplash Three runs this week. Chapeau. By measuring our body stats, we get precise feedback on our efforts and progress, week by week. And personalized suggestions on diet and workouts can make us live healthier and longer. Fitbit
  19. 19. You’ll have quicker assistance in case of emergency 4 Photo credit: Canadian Pacific via VisualHunt.com / CC BY-NC
  20. 20. You’ll have quicker assistance in case of emergency 4 Photo credit: Canadian Pacific via VisualHunt.com / CC BY-NC In situations of emergency, speed is key. Connected devices can launch an immediate SOS when the person’s body parameters show anomalies.
  21. 21. You’ll stay at the hospital only when really needed 5 Photo credit: garryknight via VisualHunt / CC BY
  22. 22. You’ll stay at the hospital only when really needed 5 Photo credit: garryknight via VisualHunt / CC BY 4.9 millions of patients already use Remote Monitoring devices. Their doctors can monitor the data remotely and change prescriptions accordingly, without the burden for the patient to come to the hospital. Source: IBM, 2017
  23. 23. JUST ONE SECOND If you read until here, chances are that you’ll find this other content relevant for your career. A HEALTHCARE STUDY: BMI AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PYRAMID +50 BUSINESS & REVENUE MODEL EXAMPLES DESIGN THINKING BOOKS & ARTICLES TO INSPIRE
  24. 24. You’ll have better control over your medications 6 Photo credit: franchiseopportunitiesphotos via Visual hunt / CC BY-SA
  25. 25. You’ll have better control over your medications 6 Photo credit: franchiseopportunitiesphotos via Visual hunt / CCBY-SA 50% of prescribed medications are not taken correctly. Connected pill dispensers can improve the experience of the patients, by reminding them the dosage and timing. Plus, the doctor may be notified when the patient is running out of pills, and whether the drug is negatively effecting other parameters. Source: Kaa, 2017
  26. 26. Medical equipement will get Predictive Maintenance 7 Photo by Daniel Frank on Unsplash
  27. 27. Medical equipement will get Predictive Maintenance 7 Photo by Daniel Frank on Unsplash Repairing medical equipment even before the issue occurs. Connected medical equipment can predict failures of the equipment and automatically alert the provider. In a test performed by Karvy Analytics, system failures of medical equipment were avoided in 99% of the cases, and alerted 20 to 30 days in advance. Source: Karvy Analytics, 2016
  28. 28. There will be more Data for Science8 Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash
  29. 29. There will be more Data for Science8 Photo by Drew Hays on Unsplash OK, now imagine to track weight, blood pressure, physical activity and other values. Of millions of people. For years. This data can help research to build better health profiles and better predictive models. The aim: to better diagnose and treat disease, that is, to live better and longer. Source: McKinsey & Company, 2015
  30. 30. You’ll have your body tracked, all the time1 You’ll be alerted about anomalies, as soon as they occur2 You’ll have your motivation boosted3 You’ll have quicker assistance in case of emergency4 You’ll stay at the hospital only when really needed 5 You’ll have better control over your medications6 Medical equipment will get Predictive Maintenance7 There will be more Data for Science8 To recap: 8 ways Internet of Things will impact our wellness
  31. 31. Looking for your way into the Internet of Things? Your Innovation Consultant is only one email away. Photo by Jean-Frederic Fortier on Unsplash
  32. 32. Conclusion Now, are you a practitioner in this field?
  33. 33. Conclusion If yes, it’s time for some
  34. 34. Conclusion do-notsIf yes, it’s time for some
  35. 35. IoT in Healthcare also comes with a dose of risks. You don’t want your hospital to have data breaches and share your complete clinical folder with the world - in that case, better have a call with your lawyer soon. But this is only the extreme example. Reality is that attention has to be paid for each single data transfer: only the relevant pieces of information should be shared. ... mess up with sensible Data Need help? Ask Board of Innovation Please (do not) michaelpramirez.com
  36. 36. ... miss to turn Data into Insights The manufacturing chain of Big Data is long: after extraction, you need to validate, aggregate, transform and normalize data. Done? Not yet - the real work starts there. Make sure to connect the dots, find correlations, formulate actionable insights, and make doctors able to read and apply them. Please (do not) Need help? Ask Board of Innovation cartertoons.com
  37. 37. Fitbit knows more about its consumers than the National Healthcare. The key will be: creating an open platform where data can be shared in a structured way (80% of health data today is unstructured). It’s not just National Healthcare: universities, research centers, start-ups, healthcare companies (e.g. Philips), and patients themselves will be involved. ... overlook the whole Ecosystem Need help? Ask Board of Innovation Please (do not) DATA BROKERS MANUFACTURERS OF MEDICAL DEVICES HEALTHCARE START-UPS UNIVERSITIES NATIONAL HEALTHCARE
  38. 38. Did we miss anything? Reach out! Nick De Mey Co-founder nick.demey@boardofinnovation.com Giorgio Orsucci Innovation Researcher giorgio.orsucci@boardofinnovation.com Feel free to tweak, fix, remix any part of this work, as long as it is for non-commercial purposes and you credit Board of Innovation. If you don’t, bad karma on you. say hi Board of Innovation makes corporates innovate like startups, mixing proven methods from Design Thinking and Lean Startup. www.boardofinnovation.com

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