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Emily King

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tec ealth Emily King
April 28, 2010
Capstone Presentation h Dominican Republic
Fall 2008 Primary Care Doctor Gastroenterologist #1 Lab work Gastroenterologist #2 I tech I health h tec ealth Group members: Xander Kent, Sophia Morlan, and Kayla Ruybal Phone calls to schedule, rescheduling, co-pays, deductibles, waiting in an office, follow-ups tec ealth h Developed countries Developing countries India has more cellphones

than toilets

60% of Africa will have cell phones by 2012 Imagine if... A community health worker could send a mass-text to a community alerting them that a mobile clinic was coming A physician could text a HIV+ patient and remind him/her to take his/her medication, dramatically increasing compliance and effectiveness of the regimen A patient could text a doctor in the next village over to determine if he needed to make the three-day trek to be seen A health care system built on innovation, efficiency, and the optimal doctor/patient relationship. Leadership Bottom up approach tears down the Great Man theory

Medici effect

The hedgehog concept (focusing on our target audience)

Empowering individuals to take control of their own health

A health care system built on innovation, efficiency, and the optimal doctor/patient relationship.
(545 million, 45% of the population)

(366 million, 31% of the population)
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