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Mobile Technology - Transforming Healthcare
Trond Are Bjørnvold, Vice President, Telenor Digital Services
Mobile key to solving health challenges
Patient monitoring &
compliance
Information on
disease prevention
Remote diagnostic
Public wellness apps
Remote data access
Health surveillance
The smartphone is the most popular technology among doctors
since the stethoscope
The time has come…
… and sufficient richness in
health technology
Mobile has worldwide reach
across all levels of society…
Simple feature phones
can provide important
health information
Global penetration approaching 100%
Mobile penetration %
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Mobile penetration
Source: Forbes; Apple; OVUM; BCG analysis
Smart devices and mobile
broadband enable advanced
medical appliances
...to transform health service delivery
Can Reduce costs in
elderly care by 25%
Reach twice as many
rural patients per doctor
Improve TB treatment
compliance by 30-70 %
Save mothers and
children by reducing
maternal and perinatal
mortality by 30%
1. WHO Global Observatory for eHealth: "mHealth - New horizons for health through mobile", 2011
Potential impact significant for all countries
Maternal information
service saves mothers’
and children’s lives
SMS treatment
compliance helps
cure TB
Remote treatment
reduces COPD
hospitalizations
Remote monitoring
reduces elderly
care costs
Bangladesh
Russia
Hungary
Norway
Save 40,000 mothers
and children annually
Cure 50,000 of
tuberculosis
Save 40,000 annual
hospital nights
Save € 1.5 billion
annually
India
Thailand
Montenegro
Denmark
Save 290,000 mothers
and children annually
Cure 40,000 of
tuberculosis
Save 2,000 annual
hospital nights
Save € 1.25 billion
annually
Pakistan
Malaysia
Serbia
Sweden
Save 75,000 mothers
and children annually
Cure 10,000 of
tuberculosis
Save 40,000 annual
hospital nights
Save € 2.4 billion
annually
Source: BCG/Telenor mHealth impact study
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In UK, it’s now scientifically proven that
TeleHealth raises the quality of healthcare
TeleHealth
• Medical sensors for exchanging
medical data between homes and
healthcare proffesionals
• More than 3000 patients suffering
from COPD, diabetes and hearth
diseases
Effects achieved
• Significantly reduced mortality rate!
• Reduction in hospital admissions
• Reduction in nights spent on hosptial
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The promise of a better life
SMS saves mother and child
“Razia”
26, pregnant mother
Empowered to live independently
“Ole”
69, widower
with dementia
Public
information
• No doctors available
to ask
• Does not understand
warning signs
• Risk of death
during labour
• Receives birth-related
information
• Calls a doctor for
consultation
• Understands warning
signs, gets help
• Mother and child lives
Public
information
• Unable to call for help
when in need
• Automatic alarms to
HC professionals
• Frequently forgets
medication
• Easy to understand
med. reminders
• Constantly worries
next-of-kin
• Wireless check-ups
and communication
Low Cost Health
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Telenor enables healthcare in emerging markets through
award winning Healthline services
TeleDoctor Pakistan
Key facts
• Interactive teleconference between
a mobile subscriber and a registered
physician
• Partnership with medical experts
• Male and female doctors
• Multilingual
• Handles thousands of calls / day
Services offered
• Doctor’s advice
• Information on medicines
• Healthcare information
• SMS based services for maternal and
child health
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Healthline 789 Bangladesh
Assisted Living
Telenor provides complete solutions for Assisted Living
Medical records
Alarm centre
Mobile care
Shepherd
Internet / GSM
Gateway
Fall
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Door
Humidity Temp
Motion
GPS
Blood pressure
Scale
Relatives
Telenor is enabling mHealth devices
Safety alarms
Glucose meters
Assisted living
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Mobile workers
Pill dispensers
mHealth innovation projects
Remote healthcare for elderly, chronic patients - Hungary
Piloting elderly living solutions Norway
Pilot in Szabolcs Szatmár Bereg
county
• ~500 devices
• 5 clinics, 180 patients
• 9 months long
• 30% cost saving
• Fall
• Door sensors
LTE router in ambulances Norway
• Bed-wetting
• GPS
• Transmitting live video
• Epilepsy
• Sensors (pulse, temperature,
blood pressure, EKG)
• Pill dispenser
Tromsø Telemedicine Laboratory Norway
Partnering to innovate new health services which aims to provide human
care utilising new technologies to improve health care and reduce burden
on the health care system.
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mHealth still face barriers to full-scale implementation
Nine key barriers to implementation of mHealth identified by the WHO
Experience within Telenor footprint
Developed markets
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Knowledge
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Business Models
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Priorities of Healthcare providers
Developing markets
Source: WHO; BCG analysis
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Priorities of governments
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Knowledge
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Business Models
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Costs
Time has come to act
Thank you!
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