Once upon a time, gamers were young, male, and tech-savvy. Now, that player in your Fortnite games could be a woman in her early 20s discovering shooters for the first time, a man in his 50s who’s been gaming since Doom, or even your mom.
As audiences expand from a single demographic to a broad psychographic, developers are forced to accelerate the pace of innovation. New audiences are as hungry as they are diverse, and their demand for groundbreaking content outstrips developers’ capacity to supply. Gamers empowered with tools, time, and money are rushing to fill the gap.
Here’s what happens next.
The 21st Century Cures Act gives patients free, digital access to their data, but even recently, this wasn’t the case. Sometimes, you have to embrace being the “Patient from Hell”, advocating for yourself, demanding your data.
When Google and Ascension Health teamed up to aggregate the data of millions of patients, only a few groups even batted an eye. Three years later, a Nightingale continues to fly under the radar. Should patients be giving up their data so easily? An update on Project Nightingale and Google’s aggressive moves on health data.
We can use today’s technologies to protect, secure, and trade health data like the valuable asset it is, turning to the finance sector’s blueprints for banks. If data is money, why aren’t we treating it that way?