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#CES2015 las vegas healthcare summary @garymonk 1/28/15

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When thinking health sensors it is important not to limit our thinking to just wearables


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netatmo Interesting suite of products to measure environmental factors. Can be combined with other wellness parameters Weather station including indoor temperature and air quality Of particular interest was the product JUNE that measures realtime sun exposure throughout the day


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being Another wearable, and it does track your fitness but they claim to track your mood (as well as sleep and activity) Tracks Distress, Excited, Normal and Calm


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tinke A range of wearables but they had an interesting ‘pressable’ to measure health and stress in a given moment Measures breaths per minute and heart rate variability (single measurements) Interesting dashboard that can be shared with familiy and friends. Easy to see you how you are doing versus others in the community similar to you


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Withings A range of devices with wireless connection, eg BP monitoring and weighing scales with data uploaded to a patient app and if required a physician app Wearable watch is analogue style with 8 month battery and can be used for swimming The Aura mattress sleep sensor (pictured) with lamp, tracks heart rate, movement and breathing combined with environmental factors such as temperature and luminosity, to uncover personal insights


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase Physicians need to improve their understanding of wearable devices while the number of patients coming in with self reported data is still relatively small


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Health Sensors insights interoperability physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging data security


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Health Sensors insights interoperability physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging There are still big issues with EHR and health system integration. Device manufacturers are however becoming more cooperative in terms of sharing the patients data data security


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control There seemed to be acceptance from device manufacturers and clinicians alike, that the data should belong to the patient


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control


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MISFIT Wearable trackers with the key differentiator on beauty, fashion and style Very ‘bling’ partnership with Swarovski


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“To be really wearable, an object needs to either be beautiful or invisible.” Sonny Vu – Misfit CEO


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Essentially a device needs to look good (or be very discreet), be low maintenance and provide valuable insights or it will end up in the garbage!


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control beauty & value


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control beauty & value


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WebMD Healthy Target is worthy of a download. It takes data from multiple devices to deliver contextual insights


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control beauty & value


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control beauty & value value & action


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control value & action beauty & value


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Walgreens Balance Rewards app amalgamates your healthy behaviors and offers rewards


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control value & action beauty & value added value


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control value & action beauty & value added value


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physician rewards reimbursement for telehealth 30 day readmission rule move to outcomes not volume Physicians need incentives, there are still big challenges with the volume based US healthcare system. A positive recent move is towards reimbursing remote medicine in the same way as face to face


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Health Sensors insights interoperability data security physician knowledge device issues physician rewards patient incentives needs to increase challenging patient in control value & action beauty & value added value Aligned incentives


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DOCTOR ON DEMAND Remote service to gain access to a physician via your smartphone anytime, anywhere (in the US) Claim a high quality service with only 20% of doctors who apply able to be part of this service Easy and convenient with apparent positive patient feedback Exciting and disruptive innovation…just don’t call it the UBER of medicine…


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remote caring focus on solutions not technology engage family members needs to look great don’t patronize


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ADT & IDEAL LIFE Partnership leveraging ADT’s infrastructure and competency in home security, focusing on remote monitoring for the elderly A range of products and sensors in the home Smart monitoring and data system that understands context and detects unusual changes. Combines data streams such as front door being opened at a certain time, lights turned on and fridge opening to understand safety and wellness


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PAXIE Essentially an electronic tag for parents to monitor their kids. Where they are, have they fallen etc. May seem overprotective but I can see particular utility in children with particular conditions, e.g. ADHD, asthma, epilepsy. You need 2 hands to remove so they need at least need help from a friend to get rid of it. Parent notified if the device is removed


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UCB & MC10 adaptive medicine, wearable combined with drug delivery patch contextual medicine, medicine delivered based on symptom data Pharma and biotech skills can be complimentary (technology + access)


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Novartis & Qualcomm real time monitoring (e.g. heart failure & fluid retention) with individualized therapy Mobile enabled clinical trials GILENYA – patient donates anonymized #mobilehealth data via 3rd party


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