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  • A Global Perspective Maneesh Juneja Digital Health Futurist Monday September 30th 2013
  • DISCLOSURE I have no commercial ties to any of the products/services that are included in this presentation ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Big thanks to Matthew Holt and Pascal Lardier for this invite to speak SOCIAL MEDIA @maneeshjuneja @health2con #health2con Vendor slides have been removed prior to publishing for confidentiality reason
  • Globalisation In 2014, China will replace Canada as 2nd largest market for Starbucks
  • The entire world needs fitness trackers? Source: The Lancet, 18th July 2012, Global physical activity levels: surveillance progress, pitfalls, and prospects Inactivity defined as not meeting any of the following criteria: (a) 5 x 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week; (b) 3 x 20 minutes of vigorous-intensity activity per week; (c) an equivalent combination achieving 600 metabolic equivalent-min per week.
  • Aging population Source: United Nations Population Fund We need to prepare NOW! New report published on Oct 1st 2013 Global Agewatch Index The world is not ready for an aging population Source:
  • Diabetes Source: International Diabetes Federation Are you building relationships in India and China?
  • Physicians per 10,000 population Source: WHO, World Health Statistics 2013 Which countries are likely to require telehealth products and services?
  • Surely Silicon Valley is the leading place for innovation in Digital Health? Not everyone is convinced this will always be true
  • Europe (UK) (Italy) (Switzerland) (Germany) (Sweden) (Norway) (Finland) (Spain) (UK) (France)
  • Asia HospitalOS (Thailand) (Russia) (India) (India) (India) (Russia) (Singapore) (India) (Russia) (Turkey)
  • Jugaad Jugaad is a colloquial Hindi word that roughly translates as an innovative fix for your business; an improvised solution born from ingenuity and cleverness. It is based on six operating principles: seek opportunity in adversity do more with less, think and act flexibly keep everything about the business simple tap the margins of society for employees and customers follow your heart.
  • Medxpoint an incubator in Russia
  • Middle East (Jordan) (Israel) (Israel) (Israel)
  • Africa Over 900 planned or deployed mHealth products globally Majority in Africa Over 100 in East Africa Source: GSMA mHealth Tracker (Kenya) (Ghana) (Cameroon) (South Africa)
  • Look at all these innovation centers in Africa! What innovation could you be missing out on? Are these on your organisations radar screen? Source:
  • South America (Chile) (Brazil) (Argentina) (Venezuela) (Colombia)
  • Australia & NZ (New Zealand) (Australia) (Australia) (Australia) (Australia)
  • 7 billion mobile phones, 7.1 billion people: Now what? Everyones body is generating health data 24 hours a day: How can you unlock that value?
  • Reverse Innovation Reverse Innovation is the strategy of innovating in emerging (or developing) markets and then distributing/marketing these innovations in developed markets. Many companies are developing products in emerging countries like China and India and then distributing them globally. Source:
  • Which Emerging Markets are best for returns? Wharton HealthCare conference Feb 2013 Emerging Markets panel If you had just $1,000 to invest, specifically in health care, in any emerging market in the world, where would you put it? Mehul C. Mehta, vice president for global programs and strategy at Partners Healthcare International gave a surprising answer Saudi Arabia - There is a massive amount of investment going on there to rationalize a very inefficient system
  • How will the developed and developing world share knowledge? New Open Access Journal Seeking to answer Can health innovations designed for a developing country setting be applied in a developed country setting? Is it time for developed countries to learn from the lessons of developing countries? How can we move away from the synthetic barriers to progress and the boundaries associated with being developed and developing countries? Source:
  • Are you ready to adapt to a changing world?