We are a European network of interdisciplinary medical, digital and new work experts – a think tank challenging the status quo of health care. We support companies and start-ups in implementing processes for patient-centred innovations.
Nearly 150 experts are associated with the HealthCare Futurists network: Employees, freelancers, working in other industries. They are volunteers who are fascinated by the networked tackling of the future. We call this New Work. Your advantage as a customer: You only pay for the pure performance.
Call it purpose, mission or vision – it doesn’t matter – our role is to provide digital innovation to harness technology all for the advancement of medicine – to help people live better lives. From personalised medicine to data doctors – the future will be different.
Not talking about the patient, but with them. Not telling them how to do it, but guiding them on what is best. With chronification and access to medical knowledge, we are experiencing a “Guttenberg moment” for the doctor-patient relationship. Every strategy must take this megatrend into account.
Innovating is not a process, but an attitude. It is not technology that is groundbreaking, but problem-solving – the thinking of each individual. We are convinced that every organisation has the power to bring new ideas to life – we can be mental coaches.
Our cars stay outside, as we need our garages for hands on creating! We love to hold, build and test prototypes – all to continuously develop the possibilities within technology. We have made this curiosity the core of our work which can’t help but infect our customers too!
Organizational and leadership consultant within healthcare, author of "Leading4Value" and support consultant for companies in designing workforce future models.
As an experienced manager of innovation labs, he will get your in-house innovation set-up, running and thriving - or build it from scratch.
Knowledge of additive and subtractive manufacturing in addition to 3D prints cakes - with the technology that bridges the gap to individual medicine.
Lookingglass and Hololens are his toys as few know more about augmented and virtual reality. A technology that WILL make medicine better!