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About creating added-value with technology

In my previous post about disruption in the banking industry, I explained why banking business was under the heavy pressure of the disruptive technology (low or zero cost operations; software enabled investment decisions; crowd-funding possibilities and no bank business in between). Another important sector where technology will create value is the health care sector. And besides the obvious self-diagnostic tools (fingerprints on a sugar analysis tablet; blood tracking applications etc.) where the patient will be asked to send his results via the Internet, software intelligence will do the rest. And apart diagnostic tools, we have already today some optimization logics and processes where you can improve, let's say, bed occupancy. Or, when you need to squeeze time on the preparation of surgery blocks, there are solutions for aiming at a greater efficiency of those existing, and often expensive, assets. And that's where computers are good at...