I recently had the pleasure of attending the opening of Langland Healthcare's new office space in Windsor. As the most awarded healthcare agency in the world, Langland have a reputation for excellence and innovation.
So, to mark the opening, Phil Chin had invited Bertalan Mesko to come along and address the guests. Berci is a medical futurist. No, I had no idea either but what we heard was fascinating. We know that the development of medical technology is remarkable. But perhaps the most striking thing is the technology that is currently available or that is in development.
There is also the consideration of technology that is available but not being used to it's full potential. How many of us have phones, tablets or cameras where we only use a tiny amount of the functionality? The health and fitness industry has seen an explosion in gadgets and apps that help us eat more healthily, sleep better or exercise more effectively. A lot of the functions are hidden in menues and sub menues that we never reach. We'd need to read the instructions (if manufacturers supplied them anymore) to operate them. But who reads instructions? Technology needs to be more intuitive to be used effectively. But it's out there if we just looked or tried just a little harder; ways to make us healthier, fitter, more productive.
Bertalan Mesko: Medical Futurist
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