Healthcare delivery system in 2030: A futurist vision by Richard Mike Faris

Journal of Health & Medical Informatics

ISSN: 2157-7420

Open Access

Healthcare delivery system in 2030: A futurist vision by Richard Mike Faris

Health Informatics & Technology Conference

October 20-22, 2014 Double Tree by Hilton Baltimore - BWI Airport, USA

R Mike Faris

Keynote: J Health Med Informat

Abstract :

This is a futuristic view of where the current trends in mobile healthcare delivery may move to and an idea forum with full audience participation (brain storming) on where this might lead us as the mobile health trends are impacted by M2M (machine to machine) cloud based environment and individual medical and genetic history are incorporated into the mix. Each breakout groups will develop applications within one of the follow industry segments: Hospitals, insurance groups, physician (pcp & im), specialists, pharmacy, disease management and wellness.

Biography :

R Mike Faris is a Regis University Graduate with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and a minor in Economics. He has spent the last 16 years in operations and administration in both health insurance plans and hospitals. As early as 2009 he proposed using telemedicine as an enhancement to the existing healthcare delivery model for a group of rural clinics. Seeing the potential impacts on healthcare delivery he followed its development and recommended implementation where it showed major cost effectiveness. In 2013 he made a strategic change to his consulting business focusing primarily on using technology for healthcare delivery systems while working with vendors internationally. He is currently involved with a company in Mexico that is using neutral networks, artificial intelligence, as a pre diagnosis tool for some forms of cancer. He also is involved in grant developments to implement healthcare technology into delivery systems in Africa, the Middle East and India.

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