Will We Still Need Hospitals in the Future?

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You see, acute care of the specialist side, consumers wouldn't be able to do it, so we will need facilities, but perhaps the hospitals will look completely different, perhaps they will be sort of like operation factories. But there is a lot of care that is not acute and still our emergency room are overflowing with them.

It's called anxiety. We all have had periods of anxiety you know how it feels, but perhaps with having the tools, by having more confidence, and being in a world where disease is no longer solitary but social, where you can get in contact with other people who have the same symptoms, and talk about it, perhaps this world will look a lot better.