There are a lot of technologies out there. How many of these are touching a patient? A doctor? An expert? A family member?
Technology is the basis for results. Without data, decisions cannot be made. Without intuition and learning, a decision cannot be perfected. There are a lot of technologies: cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning, but that will not save a life. Don’t let anyone fool you into believing that a system can save a life. I’ve been a patient, a family member, a technologist committed to cancer care, and I can tell you that technology is insufficient and far from application-ready.
There is data everywhere. I’ve written about this before. But just as one does not need to know all the books written in this world to add two numbers, or be successful as an expert, there is a critical mass of knowledge that can be obtained and utilized effectively. So don’t be fooled with vastness of data that one might possess. Your grandma told you, it’s quality not quantity that matters. So one need not know all the medical textbooks and clinical trials in the world to be a cancer expert, but one must certainly know all the relevant practice changing trials and have experience being an expert.
Your grandma told you, it’s quality not quantity that matters.
Ultimately, it is intent. Why is a company building a technology. Why is a doctor providing online opinions. How credible is it. Does it matter that there is data on every single patient ever treated in my type of cancer, if my cancer is common or unique. Think hard. Think wise.
Intent matters. The use of technology with experts who want to enable patients – through a service that is only focused on patients and nothing else, requires very little buzzword technology, very focused data, a small number of true experts, a family of clinical analysts and patient advocates willing to serve patients as their own, and a large number of patients in a population that is struggling to get its basic needs met in cancer care.
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