We are witnessing a growing revolution around the provision of healthcare. Much is being driven by the proliferation of medical data and the technology that supports this. As the pressures on healthcare providers continue to escalate, the better collection, management and use of more patient-specific information provides a significant opportunity for innovation and change. The Future Agenda team made this, the Future of Patient Data, the focus of our major Open Foresight project for 2017/18 – 12 discussions across 11 countries, gathering views from over 300 experts.
This report shares the findings from the Future of Patient Data research project. It highlights several important emerging issues that are the source of major differences of opinion around the world. These include how to best accommodate rising data sovereignty concerns, the privatisation of health information and the growing value of health data. Some of the challenges and opportunities are technical in nature, but many are concerned with different ethical, philosophical and cultural approaches to health and how we treat the sick in society.Download full report
With the adoption of new technologies, particularly with a more patient-centric healthcare approach, we are on the cusp of a significant step forward.
Four obstacles need to be overcome so that the wider ambitions for and opportunities from better use of patient data can be achieved.
There are key areas for patient data to improve efficiency and drive innovation: In all fields there are considerable benefits to be gained.
Around the world, four issues are emerging in some pivotal areas – each could have manifest impact on how the future of patient data plays out.
There is great potential for the future of patient data but also lots of challenges. To provoke further dialogue we suggest a number of questions to be addressed.
Details of the key insights from the twelve global discussions plus rankings of all views on the future of patient data by location.
This is an accompanying presentation used for public conferences and to kick off briefings within organisations. It provides a summary of the research and highlights some of the key insights. It is available to download both as a PDF and also to view on SlideShare.Download PDF View on SlideShare
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We are very pleased to share the full report from our Future of Philanthropy programme – now available as PDF on SlideShare. A supporting summary PowerPoint document is also available.
We are very pleased to be sharing some initial views in Singapore on the key topic of the future value of data.
After completion of the Future of Patient Data project we are delighted to announce a number of speeches to share the key insights.
We are pleased to confirm the schedule for the 2018 Future Value of Data project.
We are pleased to announce a new global initiative for 2018 – the Future Value of Data.
Four Extra Patient Data Events Confirmed for January 2018.
After successfully running one third of our planned future of patient data workshops, we are already starting to see some key future themes emerging.
The promise of a digital dividend for Africa is an increasingly shared aspiration. What does this mean and how is it likely to play out?
Insights from initial discussions in Ecuador are kicking off a new Future Agenda deep dive into the #futureofbanking taking place during 2018
After months of planning we are delighted that the 2017 Future of Patient Data program has kicked off with an excellent event in Dubai.
We are very pleased to provide an update on the next in-depth Future Agenda project – a detailed exploration of the future of patient data.
The conclusion of the Future Agenda, Future of Philanthropy research phase takes place in Dubai on 24th Sept hosted by the MBRGI.
Future Agenda runs the world’s largest open foresight programme and provides strategic advice to leading organisations globally. In 2010 and 2015 we undertook major worldwide research leading hundreds of expert workshops across over 20 topics. The insights from these discussions have been shared in two major publications – ‘The World in 2020’ and ‘The World in 2025’.
Each year, the Future Agenda team undertakes in-depth global open foresight research projects on key themes of interest. In 2016 the focus was the Future of Cities. In 2017 it was the Future of Philanthropy and the Future of Patient Data. The primary topic for 2018 is the Future Value of Data. All our research is openly shared under the Creative Commons Non Commercial license.