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Health care systems worldwide are unable to fully service the needs of aging populations, their accelerating demands and expectations driven by rapid technological advance. This situation is further exacerbated by outmoded operational/management models with constraints dating back to the 1950s.
No amount of money or people will rectify this situation with even the richest and highest spending nations have discovered. So what is the answer? To a large part, health care systems have to migrate form Do It For Me to DIY aided and abetted by low cost medical/health technology for the home, on-line AI, and medical professional help.
“Such a move would allow health services to focus on the serious and what they are good at instead of administering pills, potions and band aids”
In this presentation we look at the next phase of ‘big change’ technologies and practices from Quantum Computing, AI through to the DIY scene in the 2019 - 2030 timeframe and award % likelihood scores for reasonably widespread adoption at a professional/patient level.