What developments will shape people’s health between now and 2040, and how will trust be critical in making sure these developments help people everywhere live longer, better lives? To help answer this question Barbara Bulc was invited to participate in Trust CoLab, an initiative led by the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (CCI) and the U.S. Pharmacopoeia (USP) where leaders in science, healthcare, and academia engage in the scenario development process through an online platform.
Considering what changes the future will bring can affect the decisions we need to make now. Trust Colab bridges disciplinary and geographic boundaries with technology, and by inviting experts to engage in this process, it gains deeper insights into the possible future role of trust and quality in healthcare.
The report will be available in late February 2020. As part of USP’s 200th Anniversary, the findings will be discussed with health and science thought leaders throughout 2020 including at TEDMED 2020 on March 2-4 and the USP Convention Meeting on May 3-6.