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From "Wall-less Hospitals" to Skin-Embedded Chips: Predictions for the Future of Health Tech
Date:5/9/2013

octor visits, $125 billion translates into unnecessary costs since 25% of the visits are strictly informational. Technology will serve these patients the information they need without the physical appointment."  -- Sean K. Mehra , Head of Product, HealthTap
  • "In 10 years, human-centered data collection of medical records, observations, labs, etc., will go away in favor of body-worn health sensors that will be woven into fabrics, built-into our mobile phones, integrated into homes (e.g. toilets, sinks, etc.), and even embedded under our skin." -- Shahid Shah , HIT Expert/CEO, Netspective
  • "The 'wall-less hospital' will meet the empowered patient. As sensors and devices increase their power and accuracy, doctors will be able to monitor and adjust treatment approaches in real-time." -- Jan Gurley , MD, Physician and App Designer, DocGurley.com
  • "Food, physical activity and sleep recommendations will be personalized based on health risks, biomarkers, environmental factors, preferences and budget. They'll be prescribed by doctors and dietitians in the grocery store assisted by cutting-edge health technologies, and directly by apps." -- Jason Langheier , MD, MPH, CEO & Founder, Zipongo
  • "Telemedicine will allow hospitals to extend care well beyond their four walls. Consumer diagnostic devices and wearables will empower patients to proactively monitor and manage their health and physicians can transition from passive managers of health to active, ever-present participants in patients' health." -- David Chao , Senior Product Manager, MuleSoft
  • "In 5 years, when data is more portable and expectations are that data follows me and my care, rather than hide from my view....well, then things gets really interesting! Then we can really start gett
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