"Accepted solutions are not always the best solutions, neither are the best solutions always the most accepted ones" - it depends on the socio-political complexity and the technical physical one. Our speaker Sebastiaan Meijer, professor at the Royal Institute for Technology, informed the audience about the difficulties of determining adequate logistics for different solutions.
Normal logistics do not fit for health care. With the patient at the centre, we have to work more cross-organisational. However, people are trained to optimize their "aspect system" and not the subsystem that is part of a the large complete system.
He also mentioned the problems with AI. What do we measure and who reacts? Are we creating much anxiety by monitoring? He noticed that sensing technology is here already, monitoring and control is on its way but concerning Care Access Pathways, little has yet been done - digital meetings are a starting point.