- Despite the technological advancements, medical and clinical research data is kept in silos, impeding a personalized medicine approach to healthcare and discovery.
- People don’t have access to their own consolidated medical records (especially relevant in emergency situations).
- Wearables are not integrated with each other for data sharing, missing out on valuable health insights and “Big Picture” view.
- Chronic diseases take decades to develop, and are entangled with hundreds of dietary, lifestyle & environmental factors. Their detection requires continuous monitoring of multiple data points over a long period of time.
- Groups that could significantly benefit from the advances in technology and integrative analytics in medicine – kids, elderly, those that are already sick or living in remote areas are not benefiting from them and often are not even aware of them.