Against your better judgment, you’ve just checked your contact lens-enabled news feed. You’re annoyed, because President Meghan McCain has just used the Trump Doctrine to “fire” Medicare’s lead administrator over the botched roll-out of the Agency’s block-chain claims payment system. The mild spike in sweat stress chemicals detected by your clothing sensors prompts a boost in the transcutaneous dosing of the blood pressure pharmaceuticals from the networked skin patch on your thigh.
It’s the year 2030, and personalized “eDxTx” (ecosystems of Diagnosis and Treatment) has arrived for a lucky few who are able to afford it. That has created political headaches for the President and her campaign promise to bring Medicare out of the 20th century. Your decision to opt out of “Medicare for All” (a.k.a “TrumpCare”) has been expensive, but worth it because your Geico insurance plan includes eHealth as a covered benefit. Geico’s ability to automate all underwriting and claims handling means high service standards and keeping costs down. Plus, those video ads are still cool.
Thanks to ubiquitous wireless connectivity, cloud-based machine intelligence and mass-personalized medicine, you and your private doctor’s team were able to configure a suite of customizable off-the-shelf apps that meet your goals for living well as well as long. The first step was your $2 psychometric, biomic and genetic testing (the expense of a mitochondrial analysis was offset with an agreement with the laboratory, Theranos, to pool your data with other customers) that spotlighted the optimum mix of nutrition and pharmaceuticals to blunt your risk of Type 15 Hypertension and GAB15a-linked gastrointestinal cancer.