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Apr 5, 2018

Digital health: Healthier through living data

PATIENT ENGAGEMENT THROUGH CONSUMER DEVICES.

To deepen engagement, healthcare professionals and organizations increasingly turn to automated technology that gives patients access to self-care, regardless of location or health status – enabling providers to care for more patients, more efficiently and more economically. With built-in intelligence, the technology can send patients self-management recommendations or other educational content based on their responses to auto-detected data from devices (smartphones and wearables) and self-reported data from interactive survey questions. This creates a seamless, continuous conversation between patient and provider that engages the patient, informs the provider, and leads to better health management overall.

PARTICIPATORY HEALTH.

We enable an independent and self-determined approach to living healthy lives. On the one hand, we aim to improve the experiences of patients, and on the other hand the satisfaction of clinicians. We strive for better health outcomes and lower costs by uncovering needs early and, together with our clients, integrating innovative technologies in meaningful products and empathic services.

LIFESTYLE AND DATA-DRIVEN MEDICINE FROM DEVICES.

LIFEdata is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform technology that can automatically read and collate unstructured data, then learn to make personalized recommendations that will dramatically impact anybody’s personal health & wellness outcomes or enhance a specific medication (or medical device) user experience.

Enabling people to live longer, happier and healthier lives through digital technology.

HEALTHCARE DIGITAL CHALLENGES.

The healthcare industry is:

  • Struggling to develop strategies that leverage technological innovation
  • Impeded by debate over privacy and data sharing
  • Not leveraging the accelerated offering of cloud technology
  • Unable to provide a trusted and secure environment for patient data

The patient:

  • Places a premium on personalization
  • Takes an active role in managing their health
  • Wants their data to inform their experience
  • Expects providers to have access to a complete picture of their health
  • Believes they should play a role in determining the care they receive

The healthcare industry challenges are:

  • Unifying patient data
  • Augmenting human expertise with cognitive analysis, AI consultation and machine coaching
  • Becoming data-driven, enabling clinical intelligence and cloud diagnosis across the care process integrating their business network
  • Implementing personalized medicine
  • Managing a patient-centric experience
  • Extending care through a system of IoT

Health data are unstructured and not standardized.

Personalized medicine needs smarter data.

Every two years the world’s database of information  doubles. Every three years health information alone doubles. By 2020, global healthcare data will double every three days – with 80% of the data being unstructured,  without  a clear relationship. To truly get the results consumers deserve, health and wellness data need to translate into accurate, actionable recommendations for both consumers and professionals.

 

CONNECTING HEALTHCARE TO THE CONNECTED WORLD.

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN HEALTHCARE:

  • MOBILE MEDICINE AND HEALTHTECH APPLICATIONS
  • PATIENT ENGAGEMENT THROUGH CONSUMER DEVICES CONVERSATION
  • PHARMA DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT
  • DATA-DRIVEN BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES
  • PERSONALIZED MEDICINE FRAMEWORKS
  • DATA MONETIZATION
  • DIGITAL BIOLOGICAL INTELLIGENCE
  • AI CHATBOTS AND MACHINE COACHING
  • BLOCKCHAIN APPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH DATA.