Motivating people to lead a healthier life styleMotivating people to lead a healthier life style

Motivating people to lead a healthy life style in the modern world is a complex and crucial challenge for society and the health care system. We believe it’s time to take the next step and to focus on health prevention. We invite you to take part in this challenge and share your ideas on how to best tackle this.

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Motivating people to lead a healthier life style

Motivating people to lead a healthy life style in the modern world is a complex and crucial challenge for society and the health care system. We believe it’s time to take the next step and to focus on health prevention. We invite you to take part in this challenge and share your ideas on how to best tackle this.

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This is an open challenge for everybody to work on and build on but it is also the overall challenge for a collaboration – and a Design Thinking Competititon – between The Health Movement, Karolinska institutet and Openlab.

The Health Movement has received funding from EIT Health to run a Project for two years, with start in January 2017. The project goal is to develop the Health Movement, a dynamic ecosystem of community actors to prevent chronic diseases like for example diabetes type 2. The impact is lowering the risk of developing lifestyle related chronic diseases and decreasing costs with preventive interventions. The main objectives are:

• Integrate existing wellness and health services to create seamless network of health service touch points and ‘nudges’ in the citizen’s daily interactions.
• Establish a method for screening undiagnosed patients to localize service needs. For example The International Diabetes Federation estimates that 193 million people with diabetes are undiagnosed.
• Create new tools to share risk and value between different partners within the health ecosystem using the financial tool of Health Impact Bond to move the focus to the value and impact of the investment. The metric of the contract is a health index defining the health outcome of the target population - the goal is to procure a defined, measurable and valued health.

And please add your own understanding, ideas and solutions to this challenge!

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  • The power of (self-) love!

    It would be game changing if one could identify her deep motivations, develop and nurture them in a positive way, in order to reach self-love.

    Ideas:
    1. VR

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  • SwedEat

    SwedEat. Making time to prioritize your dietary goals. Little input, maximum insight.

    4
  • Health Meetup/buddy finder

    With this app, you are matched with other users based on your health profile and health goals.

    Group members:
    Luis Rato
    Tontona Bruce
    Moritz

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  • Synergetic Navigation System by Prof. Günter Schiepek

    The successful personalized monitoring System SNS is to be developed further to a eve more personalized quality with the help of and advanced image design and even better

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  • Test example: Health Barista Online

    Health Barista Online (HBO)
    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim

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  • Uber for sports

    - You choose the sport activity that you'd like to play + indicate the ideal time e.g.: after work
    - the platform automatically finds you the right match who'd like to play

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  • The need to identify the target population

    Strategies tailored at increasing levels of physical activity depend on the population at risk; age, cultural and socio-economic background, as well as physical and psychological

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  • Motifi

    Motify is a life-changing tool that predicts your health within a year based on your current eating and exercise patterns. It allows you to track such behaviour, challenge you and

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    +4
  • Chast-eatly belt

    A belt that tightens when you're near unhealthy food.

    Ellen
    Maarten
    Dorka

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  • Work out, pay less

    If you do excersize you get a discount on healthy food.

    Luis
    Totona
    Moritz
    Diana
    Russell

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  • VR predictive health experience

    Based on your current health habits, this VR game will alter your perceptions of the world.

    Example: too much sugar leads to blurry vision from glaucoma.

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