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We live in a world where data can help us make more informed decisions about how to navigate traffic, who to date, what to buy, who to network with, and how to better manage our finances. But when it comes to our personal health and wellness, we have no roadmap. We need something to show us where we are in terms of our health, with landmarks for risks and opportunities. A GPS that makes it easier to move toward our personal health goals. A new way to look at health and life. The future of healthcare is coming. This is what it looks like.

The Future of Health Care: Humans and Machines Partnering for Better Outcomes | Emmanuel Fombu, MD, MBA | Athena Publishing | 2018 reprint | 296 pages | ISBN: 978-0692122969


Author

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Emmanuel Fombu, MD, MBA, is a physician, author, speaker, and healthcare executive turned Silicon Valley entrepreneur. The 2017 winner of the prestigious New York City Health Business Leaders Boldest Digital Health Influencer Award, Dr. Fombu holds an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School of Business and certification on artificial intelligence from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. He serves as an external advisory board member on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s MIT.nano project and lives in New York City.​

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