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Health technology as commons: trustable, affordable, adaptable

Balli, Fabio; Matringe, Mathilde; le Couedic, Clement; Schull, Jon; Gautam, Shikshya; Jandard, Patrick; Kellner, Emmanuel; Anastasaki, Afroditi; Serada, Katerina; Brahmachari, Samir K; ...
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  • Published: 08 Jan 2021
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
<p>6 in 10 humans still have no access to care, or do not adhere to it, despite rising investments. Alcohol-based hand rub and WikiMed illustrate how creating freely reproducible equipment and software with communities can: save millions of lives, increase integrity, cut costs by 90%. Cooperation-driven care is the only way to realize the 2030 agenda in time: health for everyone. We presente nine alternatives to the dominant proprietary excluding innovation model, to drive development towards a responsible, solidar society. We also discuss ageing, public policies, quality systems, and cryptocurrencies.</p> <p><strong><a href="https://www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4...
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free text keywords: Medicine, Neuroscience, Biotechnology, Mental Health, Infectious Diseases, Information Systems not elsewhere classified, health for all, open hardware for health, open-source medical supply, community-based healtcare, free/libre software for health, adhesion to treatment, scientific integrity, medical expenditure, open science, open access commons, co-creation, mutual care, 3d-printing, wearables, health data collection, community-based healthcare
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