PSFK’s latest Future of Health report explores how the role of data in healthcare has evolved from a static into a living profile that grows with patients

Over the past decade, medical technology has taken a giant leap. The democratization of digital health tools such as mobile sensors, wearables and home IoT have given people access to an unprecedented volume of health and lifestyle data. However, what these advancements often lack is the ability to transform all this wealth of information into highly accurate and personal learnings for patients or healthcare providers.  

As we enter a new era of medical practices, we are seeing new tools such as machine learning, vastly improved and specialized sensors and networked data systems. These technologies are evolving the industry’s ability to not only gather, but also interpret data in real time and at scale. This new toolset is steadily gaining consumer, organizational and regulatory trust as their abilities become more accurate and actionable for patients and healthcare professionals. Today’s living, continuous data streams can inform a more refined and holistic view of each individual patient along his or her ongoing health journey.

PSFK’s latest Future of Health report explores how the role of data in healthcare has evolved from a static practice into a living profile that grows with patients, is accessible to multiple professionals, and learns from the networked knowledge of larger health databases. By leveraging new technologies and learning from a patient’s genetic and biometric data, healthcare systems can create a new cycle of care that better supports and informs the individual before, during and after doctor’s visit.

Featured in the 70 page report, readers will find:

  • 3 themes that are defining precision healthcare through data
  • Recommended strategies for data-driven bespoke healthcare
  • 12 trends defining the future of the healthcare industry
  • Exclusive interviews, insights and statistical support from leading healthcare experts at IBM Watson, Capsule, Pillo and MapMyGenome
  • 60+ examples of healthcare innovation from major brands and leading medical researchers
  • Healthcare scenarios to kickstart innovative thinking

Download the Future of Health report now!

Over the past decade, medical technology has taken a giant leap. The democratization of digital health tools such as mobile sensors, wearables and home IoT have given people access to an unprecedented volume of health and lifestyle data. However, what these advancements often lack is the ability to transform all this wealth of information into highly accurate and personal learnings for patients or healthcare providers.  

As we enter a new era of medical practices, we are seeing new tools such as machine learning, vastly improved and specialized sensors and networked data systems. These technologies are evolving the industry’s ability to not only gather, but also interpret data in real time and at scale. This new toolset is steadily gaining consumer, organizational and regulatory trust as their abilities become more accurate and actionable for patients and healthcare professionals. Today’s living, continuous data streams can inform a more refined and holistic view of each individual patient along his or her ongoing health journey.