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  • 1. TransformingHealthcarewith ITPuneet KanodiaChief Operating OfficerRicoh India Ltd.

2. Current state.Indian Healthcare is largely a Sick-care industrycharacterized by high disease burden, serviced by aninadequate and highly fragmented provider infrastructure,catering to a population that has to spend from out of itspocket for most of its healthcare needs 3. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is e-Health an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt e-health? What are some of the areas where e-health can easily adopted? About Ricoh 4. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is e-Health an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt e-health? What are some of the areas where e-health can easily adopted? About Ricoh 5. Current state of IT penetration inHealthcare 1 of 3Our investment in IT is very low and utilization of IT for delivering Qualitycare; Affordable care, making care Accessible and improving performanceis even lowerWhere are we investing? 6. Current state of IT penetration inHealthcare 2 of 3What kind of infrastructure are we building?World Class InfrastructureOPD Queue managementMedical Record Department 7. Current state of IT penetration inHealthcare 3 of 3What kind of kind of services are we providing using IT?Track PIZZA online No GPRS system for ER service World Class InfrastructureAre we quality councious when it comes to IT?Controlling infection Using re-filled toner 8. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is e-Health an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt e-health? What are some of the areas where e-health can easily adopted? About Ricoh 9. ICT can transform the overall health of ourcountryThe use of Mobile and Wireless technologies to support the achievement ofhealth objectives has the potential to transform the face of health servicedelivery across the Globe.- World Health Organization (WHO) 10. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is e-Health an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt e-health? What are some of the areas where e-health can easily adopted? About Ricoh 11. Technology can be easily adopted fordelivering healthcare in India India has more than 900 Million mobile users 243 Million internet users, growing @ 28% CAGR* Increasing awareness and demand for servicesPatients Healthcare providers are increasing recognizing IT as animportant tool for meeting their business objective Government (Central and State) is investing in Healthcare IT CIOs are increasing becoming part of strategy development Willingness to try new technology has increased tremendouslyProviders Large corporates are venturing into Healthcare IT New age entrepreneurs, innovators, and start-ups are usingcutting edge technology to take healthcare to massesTechnology partners*Internet And Mobile Association of India 12. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is e-Health an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt e-health? What are some of the areas where e-health can create an impact? How can technology and healthcare - providers work together? About Ricoh 13. Some Areas where e-health can PlayVital Role1.Increasing Health Awareness and Influencing Health SeekingBehavior2.Overcoming the Healthcare Infrastructure Inequality3.Health Worker Skill building to Improve Quality of Care4.NonCommunicable Disease Management 14. Creating Health Awareness andInfluencing Behaviour Lack of awareness, and unhealthy practices1CurrentchallengesCurrentchallenges Services to be built around awareness creation and bringingabout behavioral changes across the geographies andeconomic strataSSoolulutitoionn Health Information Education Portals and Apps: Usingapplications such as mobile apps, social media, games tofor awareness, education and information dissemination Connecting GPs, Pharmacists, Diagnostics and patientsto reduce dropouts Health Call Centers: Health call centers would advice andguidance on health related issuesSomeProducts &servicesSomeProducts &services Portals: Healthcare Magic, Nutrition Vista HMRI Counseling in AP 15 mn calls p.a. Mera Doctor, Mediphone by Airtel and Religare Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare sending Mobilealerts to expectant mothers for check-up, medicines othersSomeprovidersSomeproviders 15. Overcoming the Healthcare InfrastructureGap 26% of hospitals are located in 7 metros, that have only 7%of Indias population. Today also people in remote areashave to travel more than 26 kms average to visit a hospital.2CurrentchallengesCurrentchallenges Given the inequity in distribution of healthcare infrastructure,Tele-Medicine and Tele Radiology/ Remote Diagnosiscan play a pivotal roleSSoolulutitoionn Providing medical advice remotely using video and audioapplications ISRO Telemedicine: Connects 362 PHCs with 60 hospitals across India mHealth Ventures, E health point, Mediangel, Pinkwhale E-ICU CritiNext, Provides tele-calling cards for consultation by a qualified medico Mediphone service, an initivate of Religare Technologies and Airtel for counseling andconsultation on Phone Providing diagnostic services to patients at remote locations MphRx-Max, Arc Tele, eUNO R10 Mediline Blackberry apps that send images todoctors Narayan Hrudalaya Remote ECGsSomeProducts &servicesSomeProducts &services 16. Building the Skill Set to Improve theQuality of the Services DeliveredAcute shortage of skilled work forceOnly 1 in 65 qualified nurses in Amritsar interviewed were fit tobe recruited Nursing director of a leading chain.3CurrentChallengesCurrentChallengesE-Learning solutions:Sharing content digitally Videos, Tutorials, Presentations, Whitepapers totransfer knowhow among staff and affiliated organizationsSSoolulutitoionn E-Learning courses for specific diseases (e.g. diabetes --WebCME), Virtual Learning Environment, Videos with case history E-Learning modules on specific topics for nurses (e.g. Indiannursing counsel led programs) Leading Healthcare chain has created online modules fortraining its workforce on operational excellence Apps that enables doctor to see their patient database, drugsDatabase ASHA workers to be provided training through webProducts &servicesProducts &services 17. Non Communicable Disease Management Currently 12% of the population is suffering from chronicCardiac, Diabetes and Respiratory disorders. This challengeis further highlighted by low and late detection of diseasealong with low treatment compliance4CurrentchallengesCurrentchallenges Disease management solutions/ Remote monitoringIncludes features like disease monitoring including remote monitoring,counseling, feedback and disease analytics (complete care for a chronicpatient)SSoolulutitoionn Cheenykum: Comprehensive solution - monitoring, advice,drug delivery for diabetes management Sugar clinic by Apollo, providing 24 x 7 support to thepatients, reminder for tests and medicine, remote monitoring Other apps: for tracking calorie intake, measuring workoutintensity (Nike and I-Phone application), StepatthonProducts &servicesProducts &services 18. Key agenda What is the current state of IT in healthcare? Is IT an important enabler? Are we ready to adopt IT? What are some of the areas where IT can enable delivery of care? About Ricoh 19. When I becomes We, evenIllness becomes WellnessThank You