C3 - Centre for Connected Care

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1. C3 - CENTRE FOR CONNECTED CARE SFI - Kari J. Kværner 2. SFI - Kari J. Kværner When selecting SFIs, two main criteria must be fulfilled: Potential for innovation…
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  • 1. C3 - CENTRE FOR CONNECTED CARE SFI - Kari J. Kværner
  • 2. SFI - Kari J. Kværner When selecting SFIs, two main criteria must be fulfilled: Potential for innovation and value creation Scientific quality About the Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI) scheme The SFI scheme was launched in 2005. This is the third funding round. Objectives: •To strengthen companies’ innovation capacity through a focus on long-term research. •To facilitate close cooperation between R&D-performing companies and prominent research groups; •To make Norway an attractive location for international companies to establish their R&D activities; •To enhance researcher training in areas of importance for the business sector and society at large, and encourage transfer of research-based industry and technology. •The SFI centres are co-funded by the company partners, the host institution and the Research Council. •The SFI centres may have a period of operation of maximum eight years (an initial five- year period plus an additional three-year period). •Centres must conduct research of high scientific merit that carries great potential for innovation and value creation to be awarded SFI status. Centre for Connected Care – Accelerating adoption and diffusion of patient-centric innovations The centre’s primary objective: To accelerate adoption and diffusion of patient-centric innovations that change patient pathways and delivery systems, empower the patients and increases growth in the health care industry.
  • 3. SFI - Kari J. Kværner C3: Centre for Connected Care - accellerating adoption and diffusion of innovation
  • 4. SFI - Kari J. Kværner How do we meet tomorrow’s needs for health care services? Global health care challenges Rising costs, an ageing population and increasing public expectations to new health care services. • Development of technology for self-service, such as home based technology, sensors and health-apps, demand a new infrastructure. • There is a lack of adoption, diffusion and knowledge transfer locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
  • 5. Are we only putting out fires… SFI - Kari J. Kværner
  • 6. …or are we thinking about tomorrow? SFI - Kari J. Kværner
  • 7. 1. How do we gather around what the user actually needs? «Myhealth2025» = The good day for the cronically ill - owning your prevention 2. Infrastructure – how do we connect? (ICT) 3. Implementing good innovative solutions and spreading the word (Avoiding the ”not invented here”- syndrome) Main challenges: SFI - Kari J. Kværner
  • 8. SFI - Kari J. Kværner C3: Develop, test and use new products and services that meet tomorrow’s needs for health care services. ”The centre for Connected Care at Oslo University Hospital will work to put the patient in driver’s seat, as a resource, in the development of new services.” Norway's Minister of Education and Research, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen.
  • 9. SFI - Kari J. Kværner Vi must work together to reach our goal
  • 10. Theme 1 Patient-centric healthcare delivery empowering the patient Development of patient-centric services that integrate people, processes and technology (sensors and applications) by connecting patients to health care professionals and home-based services to hospital care. Theme 2 Innovative infrastructure and interoperability Development of patient-centric infrastructures and interoperable solutions that connect people and technology; sensor data and medical information between patients, professionals, industry and decision-makers. Theme 3 Commercialization, adoption and diffusion Development of methodology and business models that enable commercialization, adoption and diffusion. Further, to quantify the medical benefits and health value of new solutions to enhance knowledge about best practice. SFI - Kari J. Kværner C3: Develop, test and use new products and services that meet tomorrow’s needs for new health care services. The Minister of Health Care Services, Bent Høie. News headline: ”Devastating about ICT in the health care sector”
  • 11. SFI - Kari J. Kværner The more, the merrier!
  • 12. Living lab Creating a testing site where technology is tested and used to understand how they can create value for patients and the community. Innovation projects (n=27) Patient-centric (8 big/16 small) innovations related to chronic illnesses, patient pathways, new services, self service or home based health services and ICT infrastructure projects (3) Innovative procurement (n=4) Sykehuspartner (research infrastructure and connecting digital applications to the hospital’s infrastructure) and the city of Oslo (safety alarm package and online tool for processing ideas) SFI - Kari J. Kværner C3: Most important activities
  • 13. Adoption and diffusion of innovations 8 patient-centric innovations nationally and 8 internationally Document value (clinical, financial, industry and society) and develop simulation models Develop innovation methods and a global innovation index Educate 10 PhDs and publish 50 articles SFI - Kari J. Kværner C3: Most important activities
  • 14. SFI - Kari J. Kværner The centre is operative for 8 years The total budget of 217,6 million NOK will ensure active operations for 8 years. Of this, the Research Council contributes with 96 million NOK and Oslo University Hospital with partners contribute with 121,6 million NOK of their own time/efforts. The yearly budget is on average 27 million NOK. In total, the plan is to finance about 200 positions over 8 years.
  • 15. Research methods SFI - Kari J. Kværner
  • 16. SFI - Kari J. Kværner Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 A C3 ESTABLISHING THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE a1 Establish a steering committee and an advisory board a2 Establish management structure and procedures, a3 Establish a reporting structure with critical KPIs a4 Detail plans and budget for comming year B C3 ESTABLISHING THE FOLLOW-UP SYSTEM b1 Review of and/or new procedures, KPIs, plans & budgets b2 C3 conferens; papers, finings, results, implications C MODELLING AND DESIGN c1 The 2025 patient (WP1) c2 System design infrastructure (WP6,WP8) c3 Systemdesign sensors, communications and management system (WP6, WP2) c4 Establishment of Living lab (WP3) c5 Identification and analysis of state of the art innovation tools (WP2, WP 11) c6 Alternative business models (WP5, 11, 13) D SELECTION OF INNOVATION PROJECTS d1 Identification and selection of innovative procurement projects 1 2 3 4 d2 Identification and selection of patient-sentric innovation projects 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 d3 Identification and selection of infrastructure innovation projects 1 2 3 E INNOVATIVE PROCUREMENT PROJECTS (all WPs) e1 Innovative procurement projects #1 1 e2 Innovative procurement projects #2 2 e3 Innovative procurement projects #3 3 e3 Innovative procurement projects #3 4 F PATIENT-SENTRIC INNOVATION PROJECTS (all WPs) f1 Patient-sentric innovation projects 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 f2 Infrastructure innovation projects 1 2 3 G RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS OF INNOVATION PROJECTS/PROCUREMENT PROJECTS g1 Creating an innovation toolbox based on research (WP2, 11) g2 Identification and analysis of challenges (WP2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13) g3 Testing, impl. and evaluation of new patient pathways (WP2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13) g4 Development of educational plattforms and packages (WP 11, 13) H KNOWLEDGE DISSEMINATION AND PUBLICATIONS h1 Scientific publications and dissemination of knowledges I PHASING-OUT STRATEGY i1 Establishment of C3 as a foundation i2 C3 as a partner for EU Horizon 2020 projects i3 Innovation lab as permanent founded activity i4 E-learning and educational packadges within healthcare, service design and innovation 1 = Milestones: Project start 1,2,3, … 2021 2022 20232015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Progress plan with milestones:
  • 17. SFI - Kari J. Kværner Work packages
  • 18. We look forward to getting started! SFI - Kari J. Kværner
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