This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
Presented By: Mahantesh N(788) Anand S(812) Md Shariff(821) Prashanth K(825) Vinayak T(840)
Leading Players in the mHealth Industry
VODAFONE GLOBAL ENTERPRISE, UK HEALTH BUSINESS, ORANGE-FRANCE TELECOM, FRANCE MHEALTH INITIATIVE INC SMART SPORTS, KDDI, JAPAN SAFARICOM, KENYA
ORANGE TELEKOM SRBIJA.Telecommunications Industry ARTHUR D. UGANDA CELL LIFE. SERBIA SAUDI TELECOM. LITTLE. AFGHANISTAN ORANGE AUSTRIA. AUSTRIA ROSHAN. SAUDI ARABIA TEXT TO CHANGE. SOUTH AFRICA . SOUTH AFRICA US Army. USA PRAEKELT FOUNDATION.
ORG. UK WEST WIRELESS. KENYA GERSON LEHRMAN GROUP. INDIA .Health Industry Health Metrics Network. INDIA DATADYNE. USA CHILDCOUNT. THOMAS' HOSPITAL. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION. USA MOBILEHEALTHCARE INC. UK PATIENTS KNOW BEST. USA ST. GENEVA COMMONWEALTH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAPAN MICROSOFT RESEARCH. GEORGE TOWN UNIVERSITY. USA MOBIHEALTHNEWS. USA FRONTLINE SMS: MEDIC.
Characteristics of the telecommunication sector Deregulation process is underway in the majority of the countries. although there is necessity to speed it up National commitment in expanding and upgrading the telecommunication network Increase in computer equipment acquisition Increase in the private sector role in offering telecommunication services and Internet services Customs tariffs and communication costs still high hence imitating access to communication and computer facilities .
Related & Complimentary Business Partner markets 7 Causes Olevano Olive Oil Aliveri Health Centre .
Problems & Challenges Faced Consumer Issues Pricing marketing material Mobile theft Driving safety .
SWOT Analysis .
Business Model for m-Health .
Gaining the Clinicians Acceptance Gain a FOOTHOLD in m-Health OPPORTUNITIES in developing markets. WIRELESS PROVIDERS. Telehealth executives from the emerging sector of m-Health Service Providers . MOBILE OPERATORS.Establishing the area of greatest value to stakeholders .Conduct a m-HEALTH projects: Disease Management. Surveillance & Metabolic Syndrome Management Emergency consultations Early Detection Lifestyle & personal care management Private health settings Medical data standards Rights to operate mHealth in some developing countries M-health policies in concerned countries & promise of continual care Meet key stakeholders from these sectors HEALTHCARE & MEDICAL ORGANZIATIONS.How to customize standards to fit the country/region s needs? . and also Medical Technology providers and Medical device. . Collect information from experienced persons from the new mHealth sector. Industry Sound Bites .
Get the latest developments Strategies for Mobile Health: What is the value & role of the emerging MHEALTH SERVICE PROVIDER? What global health principles have high potential for m-Health application? What opportunities exist in the developing countries? M-Health in managing diseases and value in public health .
and middle-income countries. mHealth efforts may have the most potential for impact within community-oriented programming. . Within the larger field of global health. effective mHealth solutions: Those that show measurable impact on the health of underserved women and children in low.CORE Group mHealth Interest Group The infrastructure for mHealth is already in place as there are over 4.1 billion cell phones already in the world. We believe that this network is ideally positioned as a centre point for innovation and field testing that will result in efficient. CORE Group has convened an mHealth community of practice for NGOs working on Maternal. due to the "off site" and often remote nature of public health work carried out in communities and households. Newborn and Child Health at the community level.
Building an SMS Network into a Rural Healthcare System This guide provides an inexpensive way to create an SMS communications network to enable healthcare field workers as they serve communities and their patients. . The steps are purposefully simple the system is easy to set up. use and maintain.
When general practitioners lack the expertise to diagnose a case. who may not be easily accessible. Sana team lead and Harvard Business School student and Russell Ryan. where specialist doctors and tertiary care centers are sparse. where developers. The Sana technology was developed by Sidhant Jena. lead engineer and MIT student. Sana Mobile started at MIT's NextLab. even when connectivity is poor or low. is possible with Sana Mobile. an Android-based mobile health application. The Sana technology addresses the lack of accessibility to specialty care in places. the Sana technology facilitates remote consultations between health care specialists and community health workers in remote areas. faculty and students collaborate to tackle a problem using mobile technology.Sana Mobile: Connecting Big-City Care to Patients in Remote Villages Decision making support for nurses and health workers. Formerly known as Moca Mobile. . they refer patients to specialists.
While there is not a shortage of untrained or semi-trained workforce. . where specialist doctors and tertiary care centers are sparse. many health workers in many developing nations are not able to dispense adequate care due to a lack of expertise.Project goals: One of the largest problems facing the developing world is a lack of trained physicians. The Sana technology seeks to address the lack of accessibility to specialty care in places.
forms of chewing tobacco. and a rural town about 12 hours away from the city of Bangalore. Mazumdar Shaw Cancer Center and the Narayana Hrudayalaya Health to ran a pilot test in and around Bangalore over six months. Detecting risk of oral cancer earlier is important for affordable treatment as late stage tumors can be very expensive to treat. Twenty ASHAs were trained in using the Sana software in Belgaum. To survey the risk of oral cancer in their community. The other pilot was run in Bangalore. . asking questions and taking pictures of oral lesions. It is related to the cultural practice of chewing paan masala and gutka. Raichur. In six months. One pilot was run in Belgaum. they were able to screen about 400 high-risk cancer patients and detected numerous lesions using Sana. Equipped with the Sana application. which were evaluated by oral surgeons. ASHAs (community health workers) went door to door in and around Bangalore.Brief description of the project: Oral cancer is one of the most common cancers in India. It is estimated that about 40% of men and 15% of women chew tobacco on a regular basis.
Target audience: For this pilot.g. . to screen maternal complications (e. But the Sana application is also being used to do a large scale risk assessment for cardiovascular disease. risk of oral cancer was assessed for men and women chewing tobacco. preeclampsia) and assess nutritional status of children.
What worked well? : Sana invested in building local developer capacity in India. not from program budget of the clients. . Lots of enthusiasm from leaders at the Narayana Hrudayalaya hospital Funding for Sana developers at MIT to travel to India to test and train users came from external support. Local developers cost less than having an international technology consultant to conduct training.
Developers adapted Sana to replace text in the medical procedures with voice prompts and pictorial labels Health workers/nurses were not familiar with the touch screen and needed some additional training and practice in order to understand how to use it (i. . using finger pad or fingernail to enter data) Cost of phone was a major limiting factor Some resistance faced from physicians. who were not quick to adopt a technology-based work flow management tool The Sana Team is a volunteer based organization.e. but they consistently offer feedback to Sana users on their Google group. and it is difficult for the team of developers to contribute time resources. CHWs in Belgaum did not speak Kannada (the local script) or English.What did not work? What were the challenges?: Semi.to low-literacy amongst community health workers can be a challenge if an application is available in limited languages.
We read with interest the modeling study by Bärnighausen et al. Mobile Phones. training health workers with skills specific to the developing world to reduce emigration. Uganda Two challenges to successful antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up in resource-limited settings (RLS) are human resource and healthcare infrastructure limitations.Responding to the Human Resource Crisis: Peer Health Workers. and developing systems that decrease the number of traditional HRHA required to treat a fixed number of patients. . which describes the complexities of ensuring adequate human resources to treat HIV/AIDS (HRHA). and HIV Care in Rakai. The Rakia Health Sciences Program (RHSP) PEPFAR-funded ART program has been actively pursuing innovative HIV care strategies that directly address these important points. The authors suggest that factors needed to achieve universal ART coverage include changes in the nature or organization of care.
creating hard research. filling gaps. Rockefeller Foundation. supporting leaders. . and Vodafone Foundation.About the mHealth Alliance The mHealth Alliance is dedicated to enabling the delivery of quality healthcare to the farthest reaches of wireless networks in the developing world. celebrating successes. and forging public-private partnerships. the Alliance s mission is to be a catalyst and accelerant. making connections. Created by the United Nations Foundation.
Thank You .
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue listening from where you left off, or restart the preview.