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#BeHealth - A Trip Through The Belgian Digital Health Landscape (EN)

A look at 34 Belgian Digital Health startups put in a global Digital Health context.

English version of the a presentation given at the Belgian Medical Management Assistant inspiration day.

Orginal Dutch version is available here: https://www.slideshare.net/StijnCoolbrandt/behealth-mma-inspiration-day-nl

#BeHealth - A Trip Through The Belgian Digital Health Landscape (EN)

  1. 1. A Trip Through The Belgian Digital Health Landscape #BeHealth November 2017
  2. 2. You can use the #BeHealth hashtag whenever you share something related to Digital Health in Belgium! BUT FIRST THIS… #BeHealth @DigitalHealthBE
  3. 3. THROUGH A GLOBAL LENS
  4. 4. THE ONLY CONSTANT IS… Heraclitus
  5. 5. THE PACE OF CHANGE ACCELERATES
  6. 6. AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION 10.000BC
  7. 7. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 1760 12.000 Years Later
  8. 8. THE LIGHT BULB 1878 120 Years Later
  9. 9. THE MOON LANDING 1969 90 Years Later
  10. 10. WORLD WIDE WEB 1991 22 Years Later
  11. 11. THE HUMAN GENOME 2003 12 Years Later
  12. 12. EXPONENTIAL EVOLUTION
  13. 13. EVOLUTION PROCESSING POWER
  14. 14. EVOLUTION STORAGE
  15. 15. 250 MB in 1979 250 kg Ten thousands of Euro’s
  16. 16. 256 TB in 2017 0,5 gram 125 Euro X 1.000.000
  17. 17. OK, We see the pattern!
  18. 18. Digital Health technologies will have an exponential impact on healthcare. FROM SICK CARE TO HEALTHCARE
  19. 19. WHAT IS DIGITAL HEALTH?
  20. 20. Digital Health is the space at the intersection of healthcare and technology that digitises human, medical, biological, health or healthcare delivery information.
  21. 21. Digital Health Is Hot
  22. 22. THE BIGGEST COMPANIES INVEST IN DIGITAL HEALTH
  23. 23. Technologies will allow us to focus more on healthy living and prevention Research's vision and mission is in line with the Philips vision and mission, and outlines what we stand for, and our ambition to help Philips become a global leader in Health and well-being.
  24. 24. determinantsofhealth.org
  25. 25. CHRONIC ILLNESSES Bron: 2010 World Economic Forum
  26. 26. WearablesWEARABLES MAP BEHAVIOUR
  27. 27. Pie in the sky?
  28. 28. Isn’t that happening far away?
  29. 29. Not at all!
  30. 30. Also Belgian companies are showing the way
  31. 31. STARTUPS
  32. 32. Why STARTUPS?
  33. 33. AGILITY EXPERIMENT INNOVATION AGILITY EXPERIMENT INNOVATION
  34. 34. Belgian Digital Health Startups Some Numbers 10,7% Biggest sector 203 Startups 70% B2B 30% B2C Source: Sofie Staelraeve & Omar Mohout
  35. 35. THEY ARE NOT ON THEIR OWN…
  36. 36. Supporting Organisations For Startups in Healthcare
  37. 37. OK, Show me!
  38. 38. 34 BELGIAN DIGITAL HEALTH STARTUPS
  39. 39. Wearables First Stop
  40. 40. The Usual Suspects
  41. 41. LIFESTYLE DEVICES
  42. 42. ≠ MEDICAL DEVICES
  43. 43. ‘Medical device’ means any instrument, apparatus, implement, machine, appliance, implant, reagent for in vitro use, software, material or other similar or related article, intended by the manufacturer to be used, alone or in combination, for human beings, for one or more of the specific medical purpose(s) of: • diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, treatment or alleviation of disease, • diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, alleviation of or compensation for an injury, investigation, replacement, modification, or support of the anatomy or of a physiological process, • supporting or sustaining life, • control of conception, • disinfection of medical devices • providing information by means of in vitro examination of specimens derived from the human body; and does not achieve its primary intended action by pharmacological, immunological or metabolic means, in or on the human body, but which may be assisted in its intended function by such means.
  44. 44. ARE THERE WEARABLE? MEDICAL DEVICES
  45. 45. SURELY!
  46. 46. WEARABLE MEDICAL DEVICES
  47. 47. BELGIAN WEARABLES
  48. 48. PERSONAL ALARM
  49. 49. WEARABLE ENABLERS
  50. 50. DIAGNOSIS SLAAP APNEA
  51. 51. MOTION TRACKING
  52. 52. CONNECTED BANDAGE LYMPHEDEMA
  53. 53. Second Stop
  54. 54. POTENTIALLY VIA WEARABLES
  55. 55. TELECONSULT: RESISTANCE IN BELGIUM National Council of Doctors: “Teleconsult adds very limited value”
  56. 56. AND ABROAD?
  57. 57. Medical adviceGP possible through app
  58. 58. MHEALTH INITIATIVE GOVERNMENT Minister of Public health reserves €3,5M for healthcare apps Patients feel better supported and involved in first pilot projects Minister considers reimbursement medical apps
  59. 59. WHAT’S (NOT) POSSIBLE? Source: Sofie Staelraeve, Frank Ponsaert & Vincent Dupont • Teleconsult at first contact and follow-up • Recommending an app, prescribing it (solely pro forma) to your patient and using it together • Follow-up and guidance through apps (e.g. heartrate, blood pressure, wound healing, …) • Reimbursement teleconsult (lacking code nomenclature) • Approved apps through prescription combined with a model for reimbursement
  60. 60. Gimme More Startups
  61. 61. RECOVER ON YOUR OWN TERMS
  62. 62. FALL PREDICTION
  63. 63. DIGITAL UROFLOWMETER
  64. 64. TELEHEALTH IN SHIPPING
  65. 65. DETECTION IRREGULAR HEART RHYTHMS
  66. 66. REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
  67. 67. REMOTE MONITORING CARDIAC IMPLANTS
  68. 68. FOLLOW-UP PREGANCY
  69. 69. SONOGRAMS AT HOME
  70. 70. Workflow/EMD Third Stop
  71. 71. DIGITAL WORKFLOW? Isn’t that just digitizing existing processes?
  72. 72. THINK AGAIN!
  73. 73. DESIGN THINKING = BETTER USER-CENTERED WORKFLOW
  74. 74. BELGIAN STARTUPS?
  75. 75. EMR FOR THE NEPHROLOGY UNIT
  76. 76. MOBIEL PLATFORM FOR NURSES
  77. 77. SMART MOBILE HEALTH COLLABORATION PLATFORM
  78. 78. PATIENT AND PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT PLATFORM
  79. 79. DIGITAL ANAMNESIS
  80. 80. PERSONAL MEDICAL RECORD
  81. 81. BOOKING.COM FOR DOCTORS
  82. 82. BIG Data Fourth Stop
  83. 83. MASS OF HEALTH DATA EMR MASS OF HEALTH DATA Wearables Telehealth Payments
  84. 84. BIG DATA = DUMB DATA Unless someone turns it into insights
  85. 85. 2 BELGIAN STARTUPS DO THIS
  86. 86. AUTOMATIC RECORD PROCESSING
  87. 87. FROM LINKED DATA TO INSIGHTS
  88. 88. Diagnostics Fifth Stop
  89. 89. DIGITAL HEALTH HELPS DOCTORS TO MAKE BETTER DIAGNOSIS
  90. 90. FOUR BELGIAN PIONEERS
  91. 91. DIAGNOSTICS EPILEPSY BY EEG
  92. 92. FOLLOW-UP MULTIPLE SCLEROSE THROUGH MRI
  93. 93. DNA ANALYSIS
  94. 94. MOLECULAR ANALYSIS CANCER PATIENTS
  95. 95. Sixth Stop
  96. 96. AGEING
  97. 97. FIVE BELGIAN STARTUPS
  98. 98. BIKE THROUGH YOUR PAST
  99. 99. COMMUNICATION- & INTEGRATIONPLATFORM
  100. 100. PLATFORM FOR REFERRALS AND WAITING LISTS
  101. 101. HELP AT HOME FOR NEIGHBOURS, BY NEIGHBOURS
  102. 102. A ROBOT AS YOUR PERSONAL CAREGIVER
  103. 103. CONVINCED?
  104. 104. JUST ONE MORE!
  105. 105. HYPNOSIS IN VIRTUAL REALITY
  106. 106. END OF OUR TRIP
  107. 107. #BeHealth @DigitalHealthBE @stijncoolbrandt www.behealth.be stijn@healthendeavour.agency HealthEndeavour Your Digital Health Technology Agency WANT TO KNOW MORE?

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