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  1. TEDMEDLiveBologna Healthcare Consumerization TEDMEDLive
  2. TEDMEDLiveBologna The Tricoder effect Leonard McCoy TEDMEDLive
  3. TEDMEDLiveBolognaLeonard McCoy TEDMEDLive Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Arthur C. Clarke
  4. TEDMEDLiveBologna Has healthcare run out of his Magic? TEDMEDLive
  5. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Both these characters are not real physicians
  6. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive They are memorable physician archetypes
  7. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive I expected the Tricoder while I got the Pills (25y)
  8. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Science Fiction
  9. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Is the Tricoder the healthcare equivalent of the flying car?
  10. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Tricoder: Reality Check 01
  11. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive “We are providing to people a way to check their body as often they check their email.” Walter De Brouwer
  12. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Started in 2011 with about 2MM USD
  13. TEDMEDLiveBologna Scanadu SCOUT, which monitors vital health signs such as heart rate and blood pressure, Project ScanaFlu, an automatic saliva testing device that scans for afflictions such as Strep Throat, and Project ScanaFlo, a urine testing device that looks at things such as dehydration and pregnancy. Ready to send your smartphone to the MED School (Dec 2012)
  14. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Tricoder: Reality Check 02
  15. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive http://www.qualcommtricorderxprize.org A $10 million competition to bring healthcare to the palm of your hand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m2267NBVdg Diamandis expect to assign this Tricoder X-prize started in 2012 in less than 5 years and to see the consumer tricoder before 2025. Imagine a portable, wireless device in the palm of your hand that monitors and diagnoses your health conditions. That’s the technology envisioned by this competition, and it will allow unprecedented access to personal health metrics.
  16. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Tricoder: Reality Check 03
  17. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Mike Lazaridis, inventor of the BlackBerry smartphone, is starting a $100 million quantum technology fund that’s aiming to turn devices like the medical Tricorder from “Star Trek” into reality. Mar 19, 2013 6:00 PM ET http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_technology http://iqc.uwaterloo.ca http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-19/blackberry-inventor-starts-fund-to-make-star-trek-device-reality.html BlackBerry Founder Betting $100M on Star Trek Tech
  18. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive In 3 years, the race to build a Tricoder accelerate from 2+2 -> 10 -> 100 MM USD YES, We are living exponential times
  19. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive We really got a doctor inside our smartphone?
  20. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive We really got a doctor inside our smartphone? “Your cell phone has more computing power than NASA in 1969”
  21. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive We really got a doctor inside our smartphone? “Cloud Computing potentially brings the whole humanity knowledge at your fingertips”
  22. TEDMEDLiveBologna Technology is PUSHING and ACCELERATING healthcare TEDMEDLive
  23. TEDMEDLiveBologna This is the main pillar of healthcare CONSUMERIZATION and it is happening because... TEDMEDLive
  24. TEDMEDLiveBologna Every Tool, service, business that embrace the digital technology, starts to follow Moore‟s Law. Inspired by Peter Diamandis TEDMEDLive Gordon Moore at Fairchild R & D in 1962 http://www.computerhistory.org/semiconductor/timeline/1965-Moore.html
  25. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Ray Kurzweil “Healthcare is now an information technology”
  26. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Consumerization it is NOT waiting the Tricoder
  27. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Consumerization is already here
  28. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Today, the most common second opinion tool is... Google Glasbergen (2005)
  29. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive The greatest change in healthcare... ePatient Let patients Help! | Give me my raw data! Dave deBronkart
  30. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive The most valuable “motivational” technique is ... Gamification
  31. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Empowered by digital, patients are already changing HEALTHCARE for ever.
  32. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive 0. Self Information This is the Step Zero of consumerization
  33. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Healthcare is moving out of its “Ford” era just while the culture of the Internet is growing evermore rampant, and this mix is potentially disruptive.
  34. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive What after the FORD era
  35. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Sci-fi stories are business plans in disguise Walter De Brouwer
  36. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive While waiting for the first generation of Tricoders, people already started to monitor themself for wellness reasons, moving a step further in the healthcare consumerization. 1. Self Monitoring
  37. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Quantified Self, as self consciousness The Quantified Self is a movement to incorporate technology into data acquisition (wearable sensors) on aspects of a person's daily, mood and performance. Technology changes people‟s behaviors 70% doctors have a self-tracking patient Apr 15, 2013 | mobihealthnews
  38. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Quantified Self, as industry
  39. TEDMEDLiveBologna Portland, (OR): Nike City TEDMEDLive We see a future of children running, jumping and kicking to reach their greatest ...
  40. TEDMEDLiveBologna San Francisco Design district @Jawbone TEDMEDLive
  41. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Watson best known for defeating “Jeopardy!” quiz champions on the popular television game show this year, can sift through millions of pages of data and produce diagnoses virtually on the spot. 2. Self/assisted Diagnosis “IBM's Watson supercomputer to give instant medical diagnoses”. Able to analyze 1 million books, or roughly 200 million pages of information, and provide responses in less than 3secs.
  42. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive 2. Self/assisted Diagnosis
  43. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive 3D printing is already widely used in healthcare. As humanity we regularly print medical models, surgical guides, hearing aids, dental applications and implantable devices. 3. Self Repair http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health/article/1191591/makes-two-us-how-bioengineers-are-using-3d-printing-create-body Lawrence Bonassar of Cornell University shows the ear made by a 3-D printer. Photo: AFP That makes two of us: How bioengineers are using 3D printing to create body parts Soon, before 2040, we might be able to do it at “home”. 30‟
  44. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive 3. Self Repair Organovo: A San Diego company is developing technology to "print" artificial blood vessels for transplant. The initial goal: Create an arterial graft for use in coronary bypass surgery. BioPrinter (2010) Artificial Blood on a 3D Printer (2013)
  45. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Brain Mapping… 4. Self Backup TEDMEDLive http://blog.ted.com/2013/02/22/6-talks-on-mapping-the-human-brain/ http://www.humanconnectomeproject.org/gallery/
  46. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Brain Mapping… 4. Self Backup TEDMEDLive In 20 years, „human brain and memory backup might be stored on Hard Disk!‟
  47. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Brain Mapping… 4. Self Backup TEDMEDLive "That's the future we're imagining. That's what we're hoping for. That's why the Brain Initiative is so absolutely important." http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/apr/02/obama-brain-initiative-fight-disease The Brain Initiative (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) will launch with $100m of federal funding, and there are hopes that it could create thousands of jobs in spinoff scientific and technological enterprises.
  48. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Brain Mapping, Mind Upload, ... 4. Self Backup: Upload TEDMEDLive Digital immortality (or "virtual immortality", or "immortality in silico") is storing a person's personality in a more durable media, i.e., a computer, and allowing it to communicate with people in the future. The result might look like an avatar behaving, reacting, and thinking like a person on the basis of that person's digital archive. The futurist Ian Pearson believes that humans will save their consciousness into computers by the year 2050.
  49. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Brain Mapping, Mind Upload, Restore. 4. Self Backup: Restore TEDMEDLive 2015-2020 The emergence and widespread use of affordable android "avatars" controlled by a "brain-computer" interface. 2020-2035 Creation of an autonomous life-support system for the human brain linked to a robot. Any patient with an intact brain will be able to drive a robotic avatar. 2045 Thanks to nano robotics minds will receive new bodies with capacities far exceeding those of ordinary humans. Humanity, for the first time in its history, will make a fully managed evolutionary transition and eventually become a new species. Moreover, prerequisites for a large-scale expansion into outer space will be created as well. http://youtu.be/01hbkh4hXEk
  50. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Conclusions
  51. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive
  52. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive This future will be shaped by mass market drivers This future will arrive with (or without) our contribution Consumerization Crowdsourcing / Social
  53. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive
  54. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive There has never been a better time to work in healthcare and, with or without a Tricoder, you can actually contribute in re-shaping humanity
  55. TEDMEDLiveBologna TEDMEDLive Thanksgmail, skype, flickr, twitter: @leeander What technology wants, is what LIFE wants. (KK)