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Telenor Workshop on Welfare Tech: EDB Input


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From EDB's strategy on Health-IT towards 2020 and short term focus on self service and Health 2.0.

Input to Telenor workshop on welfare technologies, august 2010.

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Telenor Workshop on Welfare Tech: EDB Input

  1. 1. Telenor Workshop on Welfare Technology and Services August 31st, 2010
  2. 2. EDB Focus Page 2  Strategic rationale / Main challenges  Relevant EDB offerings  Short term opportunities
  3. 3. Strategic rationale / Main challenges Health Care towards 2020 Page 3 EDB 2010
  4. 4. An ageing population with rising health care costs and an increasing shortage of available health workers (& beds) Increasing growth in age and lifestyle oriented illnesses – living with chronic conditions outside medical institutions Increasing individualism & consumerism – more demanding, mobile, IT- and Social NW-savvy citizens Fragmented HC delivery – suboptimal organisation, information in multiple systems – data volume mgmt Ensuring privacy and confidentiality with an acceptable level of usability Main Challenges in Nordic Health Care Page 4 EDB 2010
  5. 5. Page 5 EDB 2010 Of ~ 200.000 users of care services in Norway, 160.000 receive services at home and 25 percent are less than 67. (2007)
  6. 6. Relevant EDB offerings Health Care towards 2020 Page 6 EDB 2010
  7. 7. Relevant offerings areas from EDB Page 7 EDB 2010 IndustryBanking and Finance TelecomPublic sectorPublic sector EDB Consulting EDB Solutions EDB Outsourcing • • •
  8. 8. Page 8 EDB 2010 EDB Consulting Group – A results-oriented partner and advisor: 2.800 consultants enabling More from IT
  9. 9. Norwegian Internet & Mobile Banking translates to 5 BNOK in savings each year – or 8.000 bank employees EDB Solutions – empowering users: Self Service + Usability = Sector Transformation
  10. 10. EDB Outsourcing: Lets St.Olav focus on what is most important Also relevant for Smart Houses’ sensors, systems & network monitoring, and 24/7 secure hosting
  11. 11. Working with our strategic partners, EDB unlocks substantial value for its customers Exploring Partner Network Opportunities Page 11 EDB 2010
  12. 12. (Relative) Short Term Opportunities Health Care towards 2020
  13. 13. Using 80-20 Rules to Focus Strategy (1) 80 percent of “treatment” happens outside medical institutions today1 -Still, the health care sector has focused on treating symptoms and underlying medical problems in specialized environments such as clinics and hospitals. New, pervasive technologies are driving the delivery of health care toward an individual, anytime, anyplace model. Internet, mobile and home health applications lead the way. Patient 2.0 seeks greater convenience, better dialogue, more involvement – and demands care to be available when and where they want it (90%> prefers home care). Page 13 EDB 2010
  14. 14. The 20% of people with chronic conditions accounts for 80 percent of the health care expenditures. The aging population is causing a shift in emphasis from the episodic treatment of acute health problems to a more holistic ongoing management of chronic conditions2 The ability to continuously monitor an individual’s health status can facilitate more effective care than episodic encounters, and can potentially reduce the cost of chronic care. Using 80-20 Rules to Focus Strategy (2) Page 14 EDB 2010
  15. 15. “Each patient carries his own doctor inside him. We are at our best when we give the doctor who resides within each patient the chance to go to work.” – Albert Schweitzer Help to Self-Help Page 15 EDB 2010
  16. 16. Organising care and service delivery around citizens’ needs – end-to-end user experience mgmt across health organisations and systems, providing holistic 360° consumer health and social care Freeing up sector resources by empowering users and increasing self service and employee productivity Changing citizen behaviour with IT services to improve education and empowerment Managing complexity & change with enterprise search, business intelligence and open innovation services Leveraging rapid technology developments: Small, low cost & connected devices will fuel the 5th wave computing cycle; the Mobile Internet Opportunities from Health IT Page 16 EDB 2010
  17. 17. New technologies are maturing fast Page 17 EDB 2010 Source: comScore Global 1/10
  18. 18. MS HealthVault MinJournal (Oslo UH) Health 2.0 Solutions are available today Page 18 EDB 2010 Wellness Market (Private & local gov.) Hospital Market (central HC.) Care Market (local gov. & private) PRE DURING POST PatientsLikeMe iWantGreatCare CommuniCare (Oslo UH SPS)