Designing Health: Future Hospitals Are Hospitable
What will future health look like if hospitals are obsolete and the doctor is a robot? In the future, boundaries between individual and society and between sick and healthy will be fluid while new perceptions of health and illness emerge. How might we design a new human-centered and empathetic health care system? In the intersection between design thinking and futurology we outline a new paradigm and ask: What new markets and solutions emerge and what do future health technologies look like?
- How might we use design thinking as a tool to make plausible futures concrete and identify possibilities and obstacles for tomorrow health solutions?
- What are the demands and needs when patients and doctors interact in the future healthcare system? What are the new tasks - and responsibilities?
- How might we design the roles of the patient and the doctor of the future and create a human-centered health experience?
- Steen Svendsen, Partner, Public Futures
- Sara Gry Striegler, Program Director, Danish Design Centre
- Henrik Schødts, Project Chief Executive, North Sealand Hospital
Sara Gry Striegler, Program Director, Danish Design Centre
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