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    Future medical prescriptions will take the form of software algorithms and other computer mediated methods that instantiate in-the-body electronic prostheses. To prepare society for the effects of electronic medical prescription delivery, we need to consider improving regulation to insure our security and to engage in a dialogue regarding the apparent ethical implications.  As in-the-body and wearable processors become commonplace within the next decade, reactive medical practices will evolve into predictive, preventive, personalized, and participatory medicine,  where devices send physiological data into the cloud so that “examinations” can proceed in real time. Here is an article I wrote, which came out this week, in Technology and Society–click here: TECH&SOCIETY2015pharmacoelectronicscopyofrecordcover

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