Indu Subaiya from the Health 2.0 conference contacted me this March because they wanted to do some interviews with medical students about the future of medicine. I should have attended the Health 2.0 conference to be able to do the interview, but I had an exam of internal medicine on that very day so we decided to shoot my answers in Budapest and send the tapes to San Francisco. I only saw the short film yesterday. Click on the image if you want to see it.
I talked about health 2.0, our Second Life case presentations and other virtual tools. My conclusion was:
It’s not the technology or web 2.0 that will shape the future of medicine, but e-patients will change the way medicine is practised and healthcare is delivered.
I had the same message in my recent presentation: