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  1. Mobile Technology - Transforming Healthcare Trond Are Bjørnvold, Vice President, Telenor Digital Services

  2. Mobile key to solving health challenges Patient monitoring & compliance Information on disease prevention Remote diagnostic Public wellness apps Health surveillance Remote data access The smartphone is the most popular technology among doctors since the stethoscope

  3. The time has come… Mobile has worldwide reach across all levels of society… Global penetration approaching 100% … and sufficient richness in health technology Simple feature phones can provide important health information Mobile penetration % Smart devices and mobile broadband enable advanced medical appliances 120 90 60 30 0 105 103 100 96 91 85 78 201 0 201 1 201 2 201 3 201 4 201 5 201 6 Mobile penetration Source: Forbes; Apple; OVUM; BCG analysis

  4. ...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 healththrough mobile", 2011

  5. Potentialimpactsignificant 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 Save 40,000 mothers and children annually Russia Cure 50,000 of tuberculosis Hungary Save 40,000 annual hospital nights Norway Save € 1.5 billion annually India Save 290,000 mothers and children annually Thailand Cure 40,000 of tuberculosis Montenegro Save 2,000 annual hospital nights Denmark Save € 1.25 billion annually Pakistan Save 75,000 mothers and children annually Malaysia Cure 10,000 of tuberculosis Serbia Save 40,000 annual hospital nights Sweden Save € 2.4 billion annually Source: BCG/Telenor mHealthimpactstudy

  6. In UK, it’snowscientificallyproventhatTeleHealthraisesthequalityofhealthcare • Medical sensors for exchangingmedical data betweenhomes and healthcareproffesionals • More than 3000 patientssuffering from COPD, diabetes and hearthdiseases • Significantlyreducedmortality rate! • Reduction in hospital admissions • Reduction in nights spent onhosptial TeleHealth Effectsachieved

  7. The promise of a better life SMS saves mother and child Empowered to live independently “Razia” 26, pregnant mother “Ole” 69, widower with dementia X X Public information Public information • No doctors available to ask • Does not understandwarning signs • Risk of death during labour • Receives birth-related information • Calls a doctor for consultation • Understands warning signs, gets help • Mother and child lives • Unable to call for help when in need • Frequently forgets medication • Constantly worries next-of-kin • Automatic alarms to HC professionals • Easy to understand med. reminders • Wireless check-ups and communication

  8. LowCost Health

  9. Telenor enableshealthcare in emerging markets throughawardwinningHealthline services TeleDoctor Pakistan Key facts Healthline 789 Bangladesh • Interactive teleconference betweena mobile subscriber and a registeredphysician • 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

  10. AssistedLiving

  11. Telenor providescompletesolutions for Assisted Living Medicalrecords Mobile care Relatives Alarm centre Shepherd Internet / GSM Gateway Fall DoorHumidityTemp Motion GPS BloodpressureScale

  12. Telenor is enablingmHealthdevices Safety alarms Glucose meters Pill dispensers Assisted living Mobile workers

  13. 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 • Bed-wetting • Epilepsy • Pill dispenser • Door sensors • GPS LTE router in ambulances Norway • Transmitting live video • Sensors (pulse, temperature, blood pressure, EKG) Tromsø TelemedicineLaboratoryNorway Partnering to innovate new health services which aims to provide human care utilising new technologies to improve health care and reduce burdenon the health care system.

  14. mHealthstill face barriers to full-scale implementation Nine key barriers to implementation of mHealth identified by the WHO Experience within Telenor footprint Developedmarkets • Knowledge • Business Models • Prioritiesof Healthcare providers Developingmarkets • Prioritiesofgovernments • Knowledge • Business Models • Costs Source: WHO; BCG analysis

  15. Time has come to actThankyou!