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Title: Enabling Technology Innovation in Healthcare and the Life Sciences


1
Enabling Technology Innovation in Healthcare and
the Life Sciences
HST.921 HST.922 HST.923 HST.924
Spring 2015
Mirena Bagur Course Co-Director
Steven Locke, MD Course Co-Director
Chandrika Samarth, MBA Research Fellow
Bryan Bergeron, MD FX Campion, MD Assistant
Directors
2
Agenda
  • Course Mission Statement
  • Course Overview
  • Faculty, Students, and Sponsors
  • Lectures
  • Tutorials
  • Practicum Projects and Final presentations
  • FAQs
  • Registration Credit
  • QA
  • Contact

3
HST.921 Enabling Technology Innovation in
Healthcare and the Life Sciences
  • www.hst921.org
  • Lectures Thursdays, 400-530pm
  • Tutorials/Lab Thursdays, 545-700pm
  • Place MIT E51 - 372 (Tang Bldg)
  • Classes start Thursday, Feb 5th

4
Mission Statement
  • To empower students to
  • critically analyze a current -- or future --
    problem in health care and the life sciences, and
  • working in teams, develop a novel business
    solution using information technologies.

5
Course Faculty
Mirena Bagur CONTeXO Group The Capital
Network MIT Enterprise Forum MTLC Affiliate
Faculty, Division of Health Sciences and
Technology, MIT
  • Steven Locke, MD
  • CMO, iHope Network
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Affiliate Faculty, Division of Health Sciences
    and Technology, MIT

Bryan Bergeron, MD President, Archetype
Technologies Assistant Professor of Health
Sciences and Technology, MIT
Chandrika Samarth, MBA Course Fellow Director of
research at a grant-funded start up
Francis X. Campion, MD VP/Clinical Affairs, Alere
Analytics Diplomat, Clinical Informatics,
American Board of Preventive Medicine
6
Industry Mentors
  • Evan Pankey, MD -- HST921 Alum
  • HMS graduate worked at MGH, Boston Childrens,
    eClinicalWorks, etc.
  • Winfried A. Burke
  • MIT Computer Scientist - CEO, iGetBetter serial
    entrepreneur/software
  • Renu Chipalkatti
  • Executive Director, Healthcare and Incubation _at_
    Verizon Enterprise Solutions
  • Sherri Dorfman, MBA
  • Wharton focused on digital health
  • Greg Erman
  • CEO, lecturer, serial entrepreneur, med devices
  • Mark Hauser, MD
  • OnSite Psychiatric Services

7
Expert Panelists
  • John Glaser, PhD Siemens Healthcare
  • John Halamka, MD Beth Israel, etc.
  • Daniel Sands, MD Change Agent in Doctor Patient
    Comm
  • Lynne Dunbrack Analyst, IDC Health Industry
    Insights
  • David Judge, MD CIMIT, now IoraHealth
  • Craig Schneider, Ph.D Mass Health Data Consortium
  • Anita Goel, MD, Ph.D CEO, Nanobiosym
  • Deb Theobald CEO, VECNA
  • Richard Anders Investor, Mass Medical Angels
  • Peter Lomedico Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
  • Josh Feast CEO, Cogito Health
  • Stan Nowak CEO, SilverLink

8
Student Comments
  • "HST921 was an incredible experience for me. It
    was an excellent opportunity to meet face-to-face
    with recognized leaders in the field who are
    working on really difficult problems and willing
    to mentor students who are interested in getting
    involved. HST921 is both an industry overview and
    an entrepreneurship class in one - which was
    exactly what I was looking for.
  • -- Krishna Yeshwant, Harvard MD/MBA 2009
  • 2008 MIT 100K Competition
    winner
  • and 2008 Harvard Biz School Competition winner

9
Students
  • Harvard
  • HMS
  • HSPH
  • HBS
  • KSG
  • HGSE
  • FAS
  • HLS
  • Affiliated hospitals
  • MIT
  • HST
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Media Lab
  • Sloan School

10
Tutorials Lectures Spring 2015
  • Tutorials Project Management Tools for
    collaboration Makings of a team Definition of
    an Elevator Pitch Starting Up - Various Funding
    Sources
  • Lectures
  • Introduction - Current State of Digital Health
    across HIT and LS
  • Clinical Decision Support and Analytics for
    Population Health, including the FDA regulation
    perspective
  • Classroom simulation product design process
    simulation debrief
  • Patient Engagement in Self-Care Different paths
    to behavior change
  • Consumer Health Informatics
  • The role of standards in innovation
  • A CEOs Perspective on a Business Plan
  • Alums Panel
  • An Investors View of Startups
  • Informatics as Enabler of Better Health - an ACOs
    Perspective
  • The Role of Big Data in Transforming Health
  • Integration of device data into medical data
  • Crowd-Topic students choose by mid term
  • Students presentations
  • Students presentations
  •  

11
Projects Final Presentation
12
Group Design Projects
  • Student driven
  • Corporate partner driven
  • Multidisciplinary teams
  • Tracks
  • Design, Business, Marketing, Trials
  • Class exercises (design, elevator pitch)
  • Group final presentations and paper

13
Common Elements
  • Objective of the group project
  • Proposed product or service solution
  • Industry summary
  • Analysis
  • Problems with current solutions
  • Competitive analysis
  • Porter model
  • Evaluation of macro-industry forces
  • Micro-stakeholder analysis
  • Interaction diagrams
  • Reflection on cost, quality, and access

14
Project Track Selection
  • Track 1 Marketing Analysis
  • Track 2 Business Plan
  • Track 3 Product Design Plan
  • Track 4 Clinical Trial/Product Evaluation
  • Each team chooses two out of four

15
Market Analysis and Plan
  1. Market Background
  2. Future Directions of Market
  3. Market Size/Forecast
  4. Customers/Customer Segmentation
  5. Target Market Segments
  6. Product Description
  7. Pricing
  8. Promotion
  9. Sales and Distribution Strategy

16
Business Plan
  1. Market Analysis and Plan
  2. Partnering
  3. Staffing Plans
  4. Advisory Board
  5. Risk Management ( analysis of specific risks and
    address various scenarios )
  6. Financial Projections and Resources Required
  7. Near Term Milestones

17
Product Design
  • User Profile
  • Job Description
  • User Skills, Knowledge and Education
  • Work Style
  • Concerns
  • Wants
  • Requirements
  • Work Environment
  • The Product
  • Product Definition and Goals
  • Product Requirements/ Specifications
  • Expected Product Lifecycle
  • Product Add-ons, Third Party Tool Sets
  • Follow-on Products

18
Clinical Trial
  1. Rationale
  2. Objectives
  3. Study design and hypotheses
  4. Participants
  5. Intervention
  6. Primary and secondary endpoints
  7. Sample size (optional)
  8. Anticipate time frame for study completion
  9. Data collection sub-protocols, intervals,
    encounters, events
  10. Analysis

19
Sample Student Projects
  • Student provided project MedGenuity -
    Engineering a Premium Platform for Providers
  • Dossia Consortium -Evaluating the Proposition for
    PHR Strategic Analysis Product Evaluation
  • Intel - Medication Adherence 2.0
  • Insurance Company - Exploration of social
    networking technologies to engage health care
    consumers
  • JJ - Empowering Consumers and Physicians via
    Consumer-led Social Media Networks
  • Healthways - Improving Physician Engagement
    Through Technology
  • Careplace - Online Health Consumer Empowerment,
    Advocacy, and Support
  • Technology Opportunities in Healthcare for the
    Baby Boomer Generation
  • Computer-Assisted Disease Management to Improve
    Outcomes in Diabetic Patients

20
Student Comments
  • HST.921 unified business, science, and medicine
    with a set of uncommon learning objectives,
    focused on developing skills on how to pursue
    ideas and get things done in the real world. The
    curriculum was phenomenal. Best of all, I met
    some very talented classmates and teachers with
    whom I share ideas on a frequent basis. Two
    thumbs up!
  • Eugene Chan, MD
  • Physician-Innovator-Entrepreneur
  • Director/The DNA Medicine Institute

21
FAQs
  • Project selection
  • Required readings
  • Required paper
  • School-specific credit
  • Work load
  • Attendance
  • Professional standards
  • Course auditing

22
Registration and Credits
MIT Students Go to WebSIS (student.mit.edu) and
follow links to pre-registration. Add HST.921 and
HST.923 to your pre-registration. Harvard
Students https//crossreg.harvard.edu/OASIS/CrossR
eg/
Cross-Registration Credit Calculator https//cross
reg.harvard.edu/OASIS/CrossReg/credit.jsp
23
Questions and Discussion
24
Sample Brainstorming/Workshop https//www.leapmoti
on.com/
25
Workshop 45 minutes
  • Two teams
  • Each define their idea of how LeapMotion can be
    used in healthcare or life sciences 20 min
    brainstorm
  • Answer these questions
  • What does the product do?
  • How will you make money on the product?
  • How will you get the money to create a business
    that will develop the product?
  • One member of the team presents the groups
    answers in about 5 min
  • Follow-up conversation 20 min

26
HST921 Contact Info
  • Mirena Bagur
  • 617-835-5019
  • mirena.bagur_at_gmail.com
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