ICT meets BioWin - Les enjeux du secteur tic et de la santé pour répondre aux besoins du patient...
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Carole Absil Business Development Manager
Who am I working for?
AGORIAThe Belgian federation for the technology industryRepresenting the interests of over 1.700 companies
180 members developing & selling products tothe healthcare and medical sector:
Electromedical devicesICT solutions (eHealth)Industrial solutionsConsumer goodsServices
What do we do? (examples)
Lobbying:Encouraging & strenghtening the use of healthcare IT by all kinds of practitioners and government
Innovation: Factories of the Future
Regulations:Training on new regulation public procurement – specific to the healthcare sectorSaaS contract
Standardization:Coordination of IHE-Belgium
What do we do? (examples)
Identification of clients, matchmakings..eHealth Awards & mobile health congressInfo sessions: big data in HC, cloud, info security, 3D-printing, the new Chirec Hospital…
International:Dedicated business clubDirect contact with generation leadsEx: South Africa on infection control, Resah Ile de France, NHS...
What about health?
Chronic disease epidemics between 2003 & 2023
Milken Institute, 2007
Also taking into account
Huge and growing number of digital users
Changing behaviour of customers
Need of individualization
Interaction with unexpected short response time, dialogue
What about solutions?
Game changing business models
huge potential of new technologies in healthcare thanks to:
Early diagnosis and better treatment
Patient empowerment and healthier lifestyle
More efficient and sustainable healthcare
New entrants will challenge established players:
Entertainment & media
& new model re-thinking
For the you spend today on healthcare,
less than goes to prevention,
but about to the 2 last year of your life.
What if we would reverse it?
Towards a game-shift?
From 1970 to 2000: the era of medical devices
In parallel, from 1980 to 2010, the era of healthcare IT
Today, moving towards a merge between the 2 for super products for better health?
Illustration: Mobile Health
Mobile apps in 20173,4b. people will own a smartphone
½ will use health appsToday.. already 97.000 health-related apps available ($2,4b.)
In 2017: $ 26b.
Wearables in 2018$12b market
of which 60% will be health tracking
Why do you regularly check oil and water in your car, but not the status of your body?
Why do you ask about the weather tomorrow, but not about your body tomorrow?
Why do you store your kid’s blood group or vaccination dates on lousy sheets of paper or
booklet you loose?
Moving forward to
“Your future health is in your genes”
The era of personal genomeanalysers
Close relationship with IT
1 genome = 100 Gb raw data
= 1 Tb analyzed data
1 million genomes =
Strong need to combine genome with other data
iPoP(integrative personal omics profile)
Quantified self(personal data)
devices & wearable sensors
From UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering
Closer to us
Is sitting the new smoking ?
“I think the biggest
innovation of the 21st
century will be at the
intersection of biology
A new era is beginning.”