By 2050, health care as we know it today will no longer exist. There will be a fundamental shift from “health care” to “health wellbeing.”
By 2050, healthcare will be centered on patients empowered to prevent diseases rather than seek treatment. They will receive personalized health solutions in ways that are integrated seamlessly into their daily lives. All of this will be enabled by data and algorithms and provided within a healthcare system that is organized and regulated in an entirely new way.
And while disease will never be completely eliminated, through science, data, and technology, we will be able to identify it earlier, intervene proactively, and better understand its progression to help consumers more effectively and actively sustain their well-being. The future will be focused on wellness and managed by companies that assume new roles to drive value in the transformed health ecosystem.
New technology and market changes have opened the door to creating a more integrated and flexible environment that will not only serve us better in the present day, but will allow for ongoing innovation in the future
An interoperable health IT ecosystem makes the right data available to the right people at the right time across products and organizations in a way that can be relied upon and meaningfully used by recipients. By 2025, individuals, care providers, communities, and researchers should have an array of interoperable health IT products and services that allow the health care system to continuously learn and advance the goal of improved health care.
The world is embracing technology rapidly; everything is going in the digital direction. The most noteworthy use of IT is in patient records and data management. Healthcare professionals used to be tied to clunky paper charts that were easily lost, damaged or misinterpreted.
Now, MobiDoc can track patient records securely and easily, appending pharmacy records, test results, X-rays and even vital signs to a virtual chart that's easier to read and share and that can also be checked against other.
Better health is central to human happiness and well-being. Healthcare has made quite significant steps that have redefined the way in which patients receive treatment, how data is
collected, how research is carried out, and how physicians use new tools and find fresh and innovative ways to practice medicine.
Universal health coverage is a critical component of sustainable development and poverty reduction, and a key element to reducing social inequities. Every person, wherever they are, should be able to access and afford quality health services.
Advocacy is a critical opportunity to raise public support for stronger health systems that leave no one behind. However, it can only be successful when clearly defined goals are supported by effective methods of communication. We strive to continue driving progress toward the Universal HealthCare, and advocate calling for strong health systems that leave no one behind