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2030 - The Future of Medicine
Avoiding a Medical Meltdown281
It is 2030. What are the new technologies that have advanced healthcare? What are the new or strengthened demands placed on the healthcare systems of the world? Is the future affordable, or do we see drastic rationing of care or the collapse of healthcare insurance? This book tackles these questions, and provides some answers.
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Medical innovation as it stands today is fundamentally unsustainable. There is a widening gap between what biomedical research promises and the impact that it is currently achieving, in terms of patient benefit and health system improvement. This ...
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SCOPE Making care truly personal, redesigning how we deliver it, and creating incentives to progressively improve outcomes and productivity are at the heart of what we need to do. And it will be obvious from this list that only the overall framework can be established by government the rest is up to health system managers, medical professionals and all of us as patients.
BMA Med Book & Patient Info The book reads with ease. The chapters are focused and the subject well-described. I liked the breakdown of the chapters in small parts, well and clearly titled. This helps to maintain the attention on a subject that can be rather dry...A thorough and very helpful overview of the impact that globalisation is having on the struggle countries face in their efforts (or lack of them) to try to manage the effects of drinking alcohol in their population and the impact on
the publlc health of their nations...I can see myself referring back to this book again and again in future as I assess my personal role in the health sector and engage colleagues and patients in the debate to determine what will be the best option(s) for the future.
Andrew Witty, Chief Executive GlaxoSmithKline An accessible and comprehensive snapshot of the complex healthcare environment with which policy makers wrestle...A must read for those who want to be part of solutions to get best treatments to the most people and allow us all to benefit from one of the most remarkably exciting fields of human activity...understanding and fixing ourselves.
Ken Jennings, Consultant to leading US health systems This book is a must for healthcare leaders on both sides of the Atlantic. It grapples with the big question of how we can afford the future.
Professor George Poste, Del E. Webb Chair in Health Innovation, Arizona State University The next 20 years will see huge strides in how medical science could transform our lives. This book not only describes what will be possible but also whether and how we can afford it.
Sam Lister, Health Editor, London Times A very engaging and enjoyable read, covering a colossal amount of ground without feeling stretched...translating the more upstream science into practical implications for the general public. A great primer on the health future - for both the health-informed and those coming to such thoughts for the first time.
Professor Sir Alasdair Breckenridge, Chairman, UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency The author is to be congratulated: a well-rounded synopsis of the "present to the future" situation in healthcare...skillfully balancing the transition from basic to applied science, to healthcare and to potential political and economic solutions.
Gorilla This book offers a penetrating analysis of the underlying problems, and offers some simple, but far-reaching solutions to bring supply and demand back into balance and avoid the meltdown. It is not a contribution to the current politic...
<br>An internationally experienced leader and strategist in pharmaceuticals and healthcare, Richard frequently speaks and writes on the future of healthcare. His extensive network, board and management experience results in a broad perspective on both technologies and markets. Voted by the UK Health Service Journal as one of the 50 most influential individuals in UK healthcare.<br>
Introduction and summary; 1. The supply of new medicine - unlimited?; 2. The demand for healthcare - insatiable?; 3. The meltdown - unavoidable?; 4. Taking responsibility - a 20 year healthcare agenda; 5. Conclusion - the US, the UK and the middle way