In attempting a socio-economic reorganization, a more creative and humanistic way of addressing health and disease will emerge out of what we feel could be a healthcare catastrophe. How the new health care will look in the next twenty years is beyond the reach of a linear model of thinking. Emergency medicine will also evolve, as expected, with more specialized care, but the core foundation of health will be re-centered around the reality of the full potential of the individual, rather than disease.
The individual will be able to reappropriate the right to heal through costless and affordable technologies available to everyone on the planet.
Through a renaissance in medical education, knowledge of health will open resources for healing that will make what we are doing now look like it’s from another age. The evaluation of the client will be supported by a technology much more refined than what we now know, with the capacity to access subtle energy and identify disease at an earlier stage where dramatic interventions can be avoid.
Preventive care will be shared with clients, equipped with friendly technologies that can support a positive life style and decrease traffic in the clinics. Going to the hospital will be a last resort after all other means of therapy have been exhausted—prevention and family clinics being first and second—except, of course, in the case of emergencies.
The repertory of therapies will be universal, giving access to many traditions of healing, as long as they can be supported by the new science of quantum physics applied to healing. Hospitals and clinics will be well equipped with complementary care and competent health-care practitioners trained in integrative medicine
We are not far from this vision.
The trigger for this healthcare revolution will be a renaissance in medical education, inspired by the concepts of Creative Integrative Medicine Dr. Paul Drouin’s Book and the new foundation of a medical curriculum based on the updated model of the science of quantum physics. Quantum University