PowerPoint — 7 Questions Shaping the Patient Digital Health Platform (PDHP) Ecosystem

PDHPs HU 11, San Diego

I hope you’ll enjoy reviewing my slides from my December 3 presentation at the 11th Annual Healthcare Unbound Conference.

The presentation is formally entitled: “Patient Digital Health Platforms (PDHPs): Epicenter of Healthcare Transformation?”…

…but more informally, I pose and address 7 key questions — the answers to which will shape the future of the PDHP ecosystem.  The answers aren’t all that clear yet because it’s very early and because most of the companies involved haven’t yet shared a lot of details about their plans.

The 7 questions about the emerging PDHP ecosystem are:

1) What’s the “Healthcare Platform Void”

2) How will the emerging PDHP ecosystem reshape the planet?

3) What’s the central issue? It’s about DATA!

4) Will PDHPs converge with mainstream healthcare?

5) How many platforms?

6) What are some “secondary” issues?

7) Why are PDHPs about much more than just healthcare?

You can download a copy of the PowerPoint slides here.

For additional perspectives on PDHPs, take a look at my previous blog post: Patient Digital Health Platforms…A First Take.

 

Table of contents for the series--The Patient Digital Health Platform (PDHP) Ecosystem

  1. Patient Digital Health Platforms…A First Take
  2. Will Apple’s Strategic Beachhead Be Doctors, Not Patients?
  3. PowerPoint — 7 Questions Shaping the Patient Digital Health Platform (PDHP) Ecosystem
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One thought on “PowerPoint — 7 Questions Shaping the Patient Digital Health Platform (PDHP) Ecosystem

  1. Vince,

    Thank you so much for sharing this. I particularly liked your Periodic Table because it captures all the important players in one place. Because I’m working with Intelligent Sleep, a sleep wellness and brain fitness startup that’s looking for funding to expand its practice, I was especially interested in the list of venture firms and angels.

    By way of introduction, I’m a retired IBM technologist, marketer, futurist, and consumer advocate. I founded Modern Health Talk and blog on the future of health care, health reform, and solutions for keeping seniors safe at home while avoiding institutional care. You may be interested in these two articles specifically:

    http://www.mhealthtalk.com/101-minitrends-in-health-care/ AND
    http://www.mhealthtalk.com/moores-law-and-the-future-of-healthcare/.

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