Healthcare innovation? Approaches to address Health & Wealth in Our Society

Healthcare innovation? Approaches to address Health & Wealth in Our Society

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Description: This medical presentation is about Healthcare Innovation Approaches in our Society. Prevention, Cure and Care, together with Diagnostics all need integrated attention to improve peoples lives and get a hold on healthcare costs. Open Innovation and Collaboration between all parts of the “health value chain” is essential to accomplish breakthrough solutions.

Topsector LSH increasingly integrates, facilitates and stimulates the complete public private innovation infrastructure with all parties involved DSM has competences in both Life Sciences and Materials Sciences which contribute to a brighter life for people today and generations to come. Classical role of vitamin D: bone health improves bone mineral density through calcium absorption and deposition. Necessary to prevent rickets & osteomalacia.

Classical role of vitamin D for bone health that Improves bone mineral density through calcium absorption and deposition and Necessary to prevent rickets & osteomalacia. Open Innovation in biomedical materials. Transition period is necessary: Identify ‘pearls’ and continue support, safeguard data infrastructure and valorization initiative.

Accelerate the development process and heighten the chance of success. Demanding Dutch market and patients, a portal into Europe/ the rest of the World.

 
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Contents:
Future proof Healthcare through innovation?
Approaches to address Health & Wealth in our society
Rob van Leen
Chief Innovation Officer, Royal DSM
Boegbeeld Life Science & Health
February 2014

Topsector Life Sciences & Health

1

Regiegroep Life Sciences & Health

Topsector vision: Health and wealth for society and economy
Vision
Society

QUALITY OF
LIFE

> improve QUALITY OF LIFE of patients

> increase PRODUCTIVITY within and beyond healthcare

Source: topsectorplan; cahier no. IV

PRODUCTIVITY

LIFE
SCIENCES
&
HEALTH

> support the AFFORDABILITY of healthcare

AFFORDABILITY

BUSINESS

Wealth

> create BUSINESS VALUE in the Netherlands

Economy

Health

The topsector envisions a thriving Dutch Life Sciences &
Health sector that develops innovative health solutions
based on scientific excellence that:

2

Regiegroep Life Sciences & Health

Three objectives which together contribute to affordable,
high-quality healthcare
PREVENTION

CURE

CARE

1. Maintain health,
prevent healthcare

2. Maximize effect,
minimize trauma
3. Manage disease
extramurally

3

Regiegroep Life Sciences & Health

LSH Roadmaps


Molecular Diagnostics



Imaging and image guided therapies



Home care and self-management



Regenerative medicine



Pharmacotherapy



One health



Specialized nutrition, health and disease



Health technology assessment & quality of life



Enabling technologies & infrastructure



Solutions to neglected diseases

4

Regiegroep Life Sciences & Health

Efficient valorization requires 7 critical success factors
IDEA GENERATION

DEVELOPMENT

Increase the number of
promising ideas

Accelerate the development
process and heighten the
chance of success

1

2

APPLICATION

Accelerate and broaden
effective application (nationally
and internationally)

Demanding Dutch market and patients,
a portal into Europe/ the rest of the World

Optimized legal and regulatory landscape

3Sufficient well educated, entrepreneurial people
4 Good accessibility to the right capital
5

Strong, accessible (fundamental) knowledge base

6

Shared public-private innovation infrastructure

The
7 Netherlands as one self-organized Life Sciences & Health sector
5

6

Regiegroep Life Sciences & Health

Transition from TopInstitutes BMM, CTMM, TiP & NGI
• Transition period is necessary: Identify ‘pearls’ and continue
support, safeguard data infrastructure and valorization initiatives.
• Capitalize on built up PPS expertise and networks to attract EU
money (Horizon 2020, in e.g. IMI-2)

• Strenghten operational capacity of the Topsector (TKI-Office)
• Budget made available by EZ – efforts to include VWS and OCW

7

Meer informatie:
www.regiegroeplsh.nl
www.lshplaza.nl
www.zonmw.nl
8

@DSM > 23K People: Living our Passion

http://bit.ly/1jNawX9

People
Health

Food & Nutrition
Security

Sustainable Innovation Themes
 a Sustainable Company

Energy Security

Planet

Sustainable
Manufacturing/
Raw Materials

Profit

Building an intrinsically innovative company

20%
Innovation Sales 2015
@ ~5% higher Gross Margins

Top Quartile
McKinsey Innovation
Benchmark 2012

€1B
Disruptive Platforms, 2020

Accelerating and supporting innovation
DSM Innovation Center

New Business Development

Accelerators

EBA Biomedical

Excellence in Innovation

EBA Bio-based
Products & Services

CTO Office

EBA Advanced
Surfaces

Licensing

Business Incubator

Venturing

Why do we need Open Innovation?

DSM

99.999996% of world population outside DSM!

Networks needed!

Open Innovation in biomedical materials

Joint
R&D

Licensing
In

Joint
Business
Developments

Actamax
Joint-venture
Venturing
Spin in
Acquisitions

Divestments

R&D services

Licensing
Out

Spin out/off

Device design;
Exclusive material developments
Scientific Advisory Board
& other Consultants

DSM Biomedical
materials improve
over 4.4 million
people’s lives,
every day.

A world class portfolio of biomedical
materials
Silicone
hydrogels

Natural Materials

Biomedical
polyurethanes

Mechanical Devices

UHMWPE
biomaterials

Drug delivery

Coatings

ECMs

Polymers &
Metals

Bio
Commercialization

Escalation of healthcare costs

Cost per intervention

Healthy Life style
Food
&
Sport

Medication
& non-invasive
treatment

Surgery
Restore

Repair
Maintain
Health
Total disease cost
Nurture
Health

curative

preventive
Severity / Invasiveness of intervention
Page

Micronutrient intake in Western countries
Germany

United States

United Kingdom

The Netherlands

Source: Troesch et al BJN 2012

Example vitamin D: the inadequate status
impacts a number of body functions
Classical role of vitamin D: bone health

normal

• Improves bone mineral density through
calcium absorption and deposition
• Necessary to prevent rickets & osteomalacia

Emerging health benefits of vitamin D
• Muscle

- Reduces risk of falling by
improving muscle strength
• Immunity
- Strengthens the immune system
- Reduces risk of multiple sclerosis
and diabetes type I and II
• Cardiovascular - Lowers blood pressure
• Cancer
- Inhibits cell proliferation

osteoporotic

The health continuum : example of the knee

HALS-UH
Restore
Repair

Maintain
Health

Nurture
Health

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To conclude
Prevention, Cure and Care, together with Diagnostics all need integrated
attention to improve peoples lives and get a hold on healthcare costs
Open Innovation and Collaboration between all parts of the
“health value chain” is essential to accomplish breakthrough solutions
Topsector LSH increasingly integrates, facilitates and stimulates the complete
public private innovation infrastructure with all parties involved

DSM has competences in both Life Sciences and Materials Sciences which
contribute to a brighter life for people today and generations to come

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