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(Upgraded) Healthcare Needs a Trip to Mars

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Bertalan Mesko, MD

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Transcript of (Upgraded) Healthcare Needs a Trip to Mars

Dr. Bertalan Meskó, PhD
A STRANDED ASTRONAUT
ON MARS

Patients will find their technological solution.
FDA’s patient engagement advisory board
Senate of Canada
#Wearenotwaiting movement
(the DIY bionic pancreas story)
Patients will find their technological solution.
FDA’s patient engagement advisory board
Senate of Canada
#Wearenotwaiting movement
(the DIY bionic pancreas story)
In silico clinical trials

PHARMA
Mission control analyzing big data in healthcare

PROVIDERS

INSURANCE
Covering disruption

POLICY
MAKERS
Forefront of innovation

PATIENTS
Turning to technologies
DIGITAL HEALTH BRINGS
HEALTHCARE INTO THE 21st CENTURY
PREVENTIVE
PERSONALIZED
WE NEED
A HEALTHCARE
SYSTEM
ACCESSIBLE
EXERCISE
STRESS
MEDITATION
DNA TEST
SLEEPING
MICROBIOME
Director
The Medical Futurist Institute

WE ARE GOING
TO MARS!

WE NEED
A GUIDE
AUGMENTED
HUMANISTIC

Physicians
Preparing for new technologies
MEDICALFUTURIST.COM
@Berci
Dr. Bertalan Meskó
TheMedicalFuturist
TheMedicalFuturist
Bertalan Mesko

,,Patients need to become
the point-of-care!"
cultural transformation

digital and objective data


equal-level partnership


democratization of care.

BE CURIOUS
DIGITAL HEALTH
Doctor shortages
Lack of money
Lack of trust
01
Healthcare is not open to innovations

1960
1816
2018


We are the bottleneck of innovation

02
We are afraid of the unknown
03
Expensive technologies divide people
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