Recent years have seen the UK’s healthcare system and general practice life experience seismic transformation. From workforce shortages to rising patient demand, delivering care in the context of a global pandemic has placed yet further pressure on already-stretched services. So what is the future of general practice life set to look like by 2030?
We’ve partnered with strategic foresight consultancy The Future Laboratory to explore the key drivers, evolving behaviours and innovative technologies set to transform our healthcare services so we can better understand our future and our role in making it a reality.
We uncover the trends that will define the UK’s general practice landscape in 2030 and beyond, and reveal the new services, platforms and innovations set to rise to the fore.
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Brendan Martin is founder and managing director of Public World. Brendan’s previous work in the UK health sector included commissioning and publishing research about racial discrimination in the NHS (leading to the adoption of the Workforce Race Equality Standard), and supporting organisations to understand and combat workplace bullying.
João Bocas is a thought leader in wearable technologies, digital health, IoT and healthcare innovation, including AI (artificial intelligence), robotics and ML (machine learning), João explores the intersection of technology and business. His passion lies in helping others, sharing experiences, transferring knowledge, working collaboratively, and helping businesses adopt the latest digital trends and innovations.
Martin is co-founder of The Future Laboratory and editor-in-chief of LS:N Global. He has written several books, including crEATe, The Tomorrow People, and The Trend Forecaster’s Handbook, the definitive work on trends and trend forecasting.
Chris is co-founder of The Future Laboratory, where he is responsible for delivering the company‘s extensive global roster of conferences, media events and Trend Briefings, which he presents in London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne and around the world.
Harriet is a GP by background and has been with Livi for the past 3 years.
Jonathan has a background in Education and with the NHS in Primary Care and Commissioning. He is currently responsible for GP Recruitment and Scheduling.
George helped to launch Livi’s services in the UK in 2018. He now leads its Mental Health services which aim to improve access and quality of digital mental health support.