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Health information systems - the impact of disruptive technologies

Presented by:

Reg Magennis, Hubert Wentzel

EOH

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"

That it will ever come into general use, notwithstanding its value, is extremely doubtful because its beneficial application requires much time and gives a good bit of trouble.”The Times, London, 1834

Disruptors...

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Medical scheme “product” life cycle

Time

Declining beneficiaries

Escalating costs

Inefficiency

Waste

Innovation

Success

Success

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Healthcare is moving from its perpetual IT laggard status to becoming one of the most vibrant,dynamic and complex IT sectors

Gartner:

Hype Cycle for Healthcare Provider

Applications, Analytics and Systems,

20 July 2015

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A range of connecting and converging digital health technologies are challenging existing service

models

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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Framework: for discussing the impact of disruptive technologies on the medical scheme sector

Patients/ beneficiaries

Distribution channel Partners

Professional Practitioners & Service Providers

Payers

Disruptive Technology

Innovative service models

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Healthcare Provider IT is increasingly recognized as crucial to operational efficiency, effectiveness and competitive differentiation. It is also an essential ingredient of industry transformation.

Gartner: Business

Drivers of Technology Decisions for

Healthcare Providers,

January

2015

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T

he “space” between doctor and patient is filling with technologies that will improve

preventive

,

diagnostic

,

therapeutic

,

follow up

and

outcome

medical care.

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Digital technologies predicted to disrupt healthcareSource: The 7 Biggest Innovations in Health Care Technology by Brian Honigman

Wearable

Tech-

like Google Glass

3D Printed Biological Materials

Hybrid Operating Rooms

Digestible Sensors

Nanobots

in Blood

Fingertip Surgery

3D Printed Biologicals

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Examples of adopted innovative Provider technologies

Enlightened/ Productive

Remote ICUE Visits (pre-existing relationships)Patient portals (with EHR)Interactive patient care systemsAdvanced clinical research information systems

Source: Gartner 2015

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Framework: for discussing the impact of disruptive technologies on the medical scheme sector

Patients/ beneficiaries

Distribution channel Partners

Professional Practitioners & Service Providers

Payers

Disruptive Technology

Innovative service models

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To remain competitive and efficient in a changing digital world:

Payers need to transform their foundation IT architecture…. By (for example): Replace legacy administration platforms; Increase digitization of inbound & outbound communication;Business process automation;Process and product standardisation

Source:

15

June 2015

Saraswati

Pramudi

, Wipro BAS Architecture Practice

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Faster &

more convenient payment solutions

On-card

real time payments

Digital currencies

and wallets

Big data

analytics

B2B payments

Digital ID – authentication & identification

Cyber security

Innovation/

disruption in

payment processing

:

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Examples of innovative adopted PAYER technologies

Enlightened/ Productive

Enterprise Patient Financial Systems (linked to EHR)Integrated Clinical/Business Enterprise Data WarehousePatient/ beneficiary portalsHome health monitoring

Source: Gartner 2015

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Social media platforms: Data can be used for sentiment analysis, cross selling, up selling, fraud detection and more. Mobile apps: Consumers are increasingly demanding mobile apps on various devices to enable an “always on” relationship with health insurers.Telematics & wearable technology: e.g. to gather real-time information on driving behaviours, health metrics for use in underwriting, risk assessment, premium calculation: Requiring big data analytics to unlock value/ insights.

Technologies disrupting payers & their distribution/ broker partners

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Is the medical schemes sector innovating in the emerging landscape of digital technologies?

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Required: services built on transformed IT architecture

Embracing the changing landscape of digital and medical technologies

Big Data: Smart, scientific, predictive

Innovative service models: responsive to digitally enabled patients & practitioners

Technology: Connected /

D

igital Health

Success

Time

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Required: knowledge of how health services are connecting digitally

The medical scheme sector is already experiencing technology enabled disruption…

Source: http

://lifesciences.ieee.org/articles/487-a-survey-on-ambient-intelligence-in-healthcare

IoT

:

2015: 18,2bn

2020: 50bn

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Closed Loop Healthcare Team: Home to Hospital to Home

This graphic depicts a mix of current and future capabilities

Connected GP

Real time

EHR APP

Robot dispatch &

911/ER24

Real time claims payment processing

Based on- Source: http

://smartamerica.org/teams/closed-loop-healthcare/

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Gartner Hype cycle for healthcare

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Components of a full ICT capability / architectural building blocks

Managed Services

Big Data and Digital

Data centres and Virtualisation

Private/public/

hybrid cloud

Security, governance and compliance

Performance Management & Optimisation

Mobile and end-user computing

Networks and Unified Communication

Source Data And Database Management

Customised Application Development

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

BI & Analytics

IT Management and Optimisation

Other Factors:

Legislation

POPI

Federation…

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Innovative ICT roadmap

Areas for attention:

Technology assessment

Data regulation

Benefit design

DSP regulation

ARM standards

Quality measurement

Scheme reporting

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THANK YOU

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