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September 14, 2006

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Peter Marijnissen

If drivers are consumerism and an aging population, and the consumer must take more responsibility, then it will probably be more difficult for older people to acquire the neccessary information. How can IBM make it more user centric for elderly if they have to make more decisions and get more information about the increasing health services they need=

Lex van der Heijden

The patient organisations are becoming more and more important and powerfull. The health care industry should collaborate more with organisations such as Eurordis, NORD and Genetic Alliance (this is also improving).
In my spare time I'm the president of a world wide non-profit patient organisation and have a network all over the world with eg board members of Eurordis, NORD, Genetic Alliance and NIH. I'll be in the USA at the end of September and October for meetings with NORD and Vascular Birthmark Foundation.

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