THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE IS DESIGNED NOW!
Being a medical futurist means I work on bringing disruptive technologies to medicine & healthcare; assisting medical professionals and students in using these in an efficient and secure way; and educating e-patients about how to become equal partners with the caregivers.
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Giving spectacular and engaging presentations or workshops about the future of medicine and social media.
Assisting pharma, medical companies and universities in dealing with the digital world.
Creating reports about the next trends in medicine, healthcare and disruptive technologies.
Designing the social media presence of pharma and medical companies through creative ideas and proper communication to help them reach their target audience better.
In this edition of my series about wearable health trackers that I use, I have already described Tinké, AliveCor, Pebble and Withings. When I go out for a run, I use the Runkeeper app on my Android... Visit my blog to read the whole article and other news about the future of medicine! Read more »
Intel launched a global year-long initiative under the name Make It Wearable to support the evolution of wearable devices. Students, designers, engineers, and makers got involved in the VISIONARY... Visit my blog to read the whole article and other news about the future of medicine! Read more »
At the TEDMED 2014 conference, medical device developers QuantuMDx Group announced the successful production of their first fully-integrated sample-to-result working prototype of Q-POC™, a handheld... Visit my blog to read the whole article and other news about the future of medicine! Read more »
I tweet about the futuristic aspects of medicine and social media.