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Enabling Mobile Health with Open Data

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Dave Parramore

on 13 March 2017

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
By 2015 | 4.5 Billion Smart Phones
7,054,903,458 People
*By 2014...
DoD Health IT
89 separate systems to manage healthcare
4 separate email systems
13 layers of security between the computer and the Internet
Aging infrastructure
Performance Triad
Most Disruptive Technologies
at 2013
Computer Electronics Show
#4 -- wearable smart electronics in shoes, "tattoos" and accessories
Market consolidation will displace up to 20% of the top 100 IT services providers
*By 2015...
4.4 million jobs will be created around big data
Only enough talent to fill a third of those jobs
U.S. Healthcare
17 cents of every dollar pays for healthcare
Cost per capita is 2.5x any other developed country
U.S. Census Bureau: 16.3% uninsured in 2010
Disease Management System
$2 Billion
Vital signs
Problem list
What is Mobile Health?
Healthcare Providers
Mobile Devices
Apps/Online Coaching
Incentivized Patient
Remote Monitoring
Health Within Reach
$7 Million incentive investment?
handful of apps
expensive sustainment tail
yesterday's technology on delivery
poor track record on scalability
Interagency, Industry, and Patient Partnerships
Solve the problem at the top
Incentivize positive patient behavior
Enable mobile health with open data
Harness the power of the Internet
Good News!
Time-sensitive data must be used as it is streaming in order to maximize its value to the business
Data extends beyond structured data, including semi-structured and unstructured data of all varieties: text, audio, video
Data comes in one size: Large!
Data Broker Concept Model
Enabling Mobile Health with Open Data
COL Dave Parramore
CTO, Army Medicine

Activity Metrics?
Sleep Metrics?
Nutrition Habits/BMI?
100 years ago...
Every major company supplied their own electricity, and had a chief electricity officer
**By 2016, this will be a $10 Billion industry**
40% of the global workforce will be mobile
Employees will purchase half of all non-PC devices used in business
*By 2016...
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