The future of health and social care timeline

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This timeline picks out some of the key trends – from changes in population make-up to advances in technology – that will affect how health and social care is delivered over the next 20 years. Find out more about our trends in health and social care

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#39899 Colin Angel
Policy Director

Great idea and would have tweeted this, but it doesn't work on iPad. Need to consider text-base/mobile version?

#39900 Amy Galea
Researcher in Policy Directorate
The King's Fund

Hi Colin and other Ipad users,

Download the prezi app onto your Ipad (it is free) and then view from:

Hope this helps and thanks for your interest.


#39915 Vinesh Kumar
Programme Manager, Integration
London Borough of Redbridge

Very useful visuals. Great opportunity to improve the thinking and delivery of health and social care in years to come... Let's start now. Thx, KF.

#40832 Pam Dunn
Operations Director
Carewatch Bath

Really interesting presentation. It is amazing how quickly things are set to change, lets hope we can all keep up!

#41349 andres
ekhuft - CCGs

glimpse of a shocking future, full of gadgets and giving a false illusion of control. No experienced doctor who understands his/her patients could endorse this, let alone hope for it. A doctor following his GPS gadget when they have 7 minutes per patient?? Completely overlooks the fact that Population Health is not primarily an output of the drugs delivered by its health care system, but a result of a society's baseline organisation, pattern of resource distribution and governing ethic principles. The only beneficiaries of this white-washed future will be the shareholders of the Industry (fast food, gadgets, drugs, software, data, comms) not the patients, nor the government. if that future becomes real the mood disorder slice will be much higher than thus predicted!

#41733 ibrahim morsi
Senior product manager
Amoun phatma company


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