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Book details
  • Genre:TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • SubGenre:Superconductors & Superconductivity
  • Language:English
  • Pages:140
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781543990164
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543990157

The World Beyond Tomorrow

by William Ruse and Donald Stansloski

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Overview
Quantum Computing sets the stage for a revolutionary advancement in all of the 10 scenarios on the preceding slide. Speech recognition software will transcribe the spoken word more accurately than typing health data into a laptop. Technology will contain software that monitors your health continuously. DNA mapping will advance to the stage that diseases will be identified before they occur, and eliminated at the point of identification. Pharmaceuticals will target, control and eliminate chronic diseases. Say goodbye to health insurance companies as we know them. They will morph into monitoring stations where software analyzes a procedure, assigns a code and bills the payer – most probably the government.
Description
Quantum Computing sets the stage for a revolutionary advancement in all of the 10 scenarios on the preceding slide. Speech recognition software will transcribe the spoken word more accurately than typing health data into a laptop. Technology will contain software that monitors your health continuously. DNA mapping will advance to the stage that diseases will be identified before they occur, and eliminated at the point of identification. Pharmaceuticals will target, control and eliminate chronic diseases. Say goodbye to health insurance companies as we know them. They will morph into monitoring stations where software analyzes a procedure, assigns a code and bills the payer – most probably the government. Transportation will include solar powered cars, flying cars and amphibious cars. Trains will run in tubes under the ground. Food supplies will keep up with demand. New agricultural methods will be adopted. Food will be grown on the moon. Housing will have wall -to-wall TV screens that will respond to the spoken voice and control the household. Retail will be in a virtual reality mode. The workplace will create enough new jobs to make up for lost manufacturing jobs. The new jobs will be robotic and technology driven. Government will become more intrusive and be the payer for most of healthcare. Branch banks will be reduced and financial transactions will be technology driven with a common world-wide currency competing with the US dollar and Chinese Renminbi. Climate change will narrow with the advent of newer technologies. The next war will be fought on economic fronts. Weapons will include an ability to stop anything electric.
About the author
William (Bill) Ruse, BSPH, MBA, JD Ruse's specialties are pharmacy, law, hospital management, teaching, writing and consulting. 1957 – Ruse started his career as a staff pharmacist and subsequently became chief pharmacist at Lima Memorial Hospital in Lima, Ohio. 1960 – Joined the staff at Blanchard Valley Hospital in Findlay, Ohio, where he served as chief pharmacist, director of personnel and purchasing, assistant administrator, and subsequently, chief executive. In 1964, Bill served as president and CEO of the Blanchard Valley Health Association, a parent corporation of Blanchard Valley Hospital, founded in 1984. Ruse is president emeritus of the Blanchard Valley Health Association, which is headquartered in Findlay, Ohio. Ruse retired from Blanchard Valley in 2001 after serving as its president and CEO for 36 years. The Association is one of the largest world health care delivery systems in Ohio, where it holds interests in hospitals, nursing homes, managed care, specialty health centers, and several subsidiary health-related corporations spread throughout Northwest and West Central Ohio. In recognition of his years of leadership, Blanchard Valley named its new 65,000 square-foot building on its Findlay hospital campus the" William E. Ruse Center" Ruse's educational background and licensures include the following: • Cottonwood High School – Cleveland, Ohio – graduated 1953 • Ohio Northern University – Ada, Ohio – BSc. in pharmacy, 1953 – 1957 • Xavier University – Cincinnati, Ohio – MBA in Hospital Administration, 1961 – 1963 • University of Toledo – Doctor of Jurisprudence – 1968 – 1972 • University of Findlay – Honorary Doctor of Healthcare Management – 1997 • Ohio Northern University – Honorary Doctor of Public Service – 2003 • Walden University – started Ph.D. studies – fall – 2016 • Licensed Attorney – State of Ohio – 1972 to present • Licensed Pharmacist – State of Ohio – 1957 – 2000 (allowed to expire) • Life Fellow – American College of Healthcare Executives (LFACHE)
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