Current models of healthcare are not holistic and biopsychosocial, and fail to sufficiently account for physical, emotional, and social well-being that also have socio-environmental interdependencies.
There are many apps, wearables, and other devices that track health information, but they tend to track just one or two things, and they don’t share their data.
What are your thought on an XPRIZE competition that integrates data from biomarkers, body scans, diets, medical research, sensors, wearables, and user input to create a “digital twin” of the body – contextualized to culture, place, and individual needs and plans – that can:
- Provide users with actionable insights to make better health decisions;
- Democratize access to data and expertise.
- Enable timely interventions; and
- Improve health outcomes.
Would this be an audacious enough prize in light of current innovations?
If so, how would we judge the winning solutions?