Industry Insights - A Focus on Healthcare IT, Advanced Clinical Applications, & Imaging Modalities. Tibor Duliskovich, M.D. Patient Care and Clinical Informatics, Philips Healthcare. May 11 th , 2010. Introduction of the speaker. Dr. Tibor Duliskovich
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Industry Insights - A Focus on Healthcare IT, Advanced Clinical Applications, & Imaging Modalities
Tibor Duliskovich, M.D.
Patient Care and Clinical Informatics, Philips Healthcare
May 11th, 2010
Dr. Tibor Duliskovich
Radiologist, member of Philips Healthcare Medical Leadership Team
Sr. Product Manager, Patient Care and Clinical Informatics, Philips Healthcare
4100 E. Third Avenue, Suite 101, Foster City, California 94404
Direct line: +1 (650) 293-2371
Cell: +1 (650) 740-9459
E-mail: [email protected]
Personal website: www.duliskovich.com
DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of his employer or of the little green men that have been following him yesterday. The presentation contains forward-looking statements that are based on limited publicly available information and current expectations and certain assumptions of presenter, and are, therefore, subject to certain risks and uncertainties. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary from those described in the presentation. The author does not intend or assume any obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements in light of developments which differ from those anticipated.
A family of smart IT solutions with the unique ability to provide rich, actionable information for clinical decision making, whenever and wherever it is required.
TechnologyScouting and Selection
Requesting CPTCodes, AffectingPolicies, workingwith payers
Product Realization Process
New Product Introduction
Highly regulated, mainly to ensure safety and effectiveness.
Lengthy development cycle.
Very expensive to introduce a novelty, disruptive technology to market.
Needs clinical proof points.
Different realities in different countries, can’t expect to be relevant globally.
Short-term political horizon in conflict with long-term disease life cycle.
Increasing cost of research but decreasing budgets.
Diagnostic Imaging Groupon LinkedIn
Traditional techniques (e.g. waterfall)
Heavy planning overhead
Long development and testing cycle (month, years)
Clear understanding of end product
Thorough documentation of requirements in inception phase
More predictable, but higher risk of delivering not what market needs (evolving needs?)
Easier to ensure compliance with regulatory
Agile techniques (e.g. SCRUM)
No long term planning, general idea of what the end product will look like
Frequent short (3-4 weeks) iterations
Adjust plans on the go, requirements and solutions evolve
Break down into small deliverables
Rapid prototyping to create building blocks that can be plugged into commercial products to optimize the return on investment and ensure alignment with customer needs and company goals
Raise the bar for efficacy of product, in other words raise the full potential of the product under best circumstances.
Improve performance of products under “real life” conditions – the so-called effectiveness.
Find ways to increase efficiency of products to achieve the greatest health improvement at the lowest cost.
Principle of Primacy of Patients' WelfareThis principle is based on a dedication to serving the interest of the patient. Altruism contributes to the trust that is central to the physician-patient relationship.
Principle of Patients' AutonomyPhysicians must have respect for patients' autonomy. Physicians must be honest with their patients and empower them to make informed decisions about the course of their treatment.
Principle of Social JusticeThe medical profession must promotejusticein the healthcare system, includingthe fairdistribution of finite healthcareresources.