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Case-specific solutions instead of imprecise mass-produced products

For decades, medical progress appeared in the form of monolithic apparatuses that accelerated the trend towards specialization and centralization. This development is losing momentum. In contrast, networked and cost-effective technologies are gaining ground for diagnosis and therapy. Simple, networked solutions offer cost-efficient and transparent ways to better assess, control and, if necessary, treat the state of health.
„The purpose of medicine should not only be expanding one’s lifetime, but also invigorate everyday life.”
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

Convergence of business models

Current medical devices have already begun integrations with database systems. These devices have interfaces for integration into electronic patient management systems, that allow information being shared across various service providers.

The connection of products and systems and the integration of data from different sources makes it possible to create completely new service ecosystems. Personal biometric and medical data can then be easily and safely transferred from one usage context to another – for example, the data extracted from the patient diagnosis at the ophthalmologist can be conveniently and securely shared with the consulting optician.