Healthcare advances may have Mclaren’s F1 racing tech to thank but are the more significant problems we have in Healthcare more like team mate spats?

Just watched this cool “How F1 racing saves babies: Can we look at patterns in the data to do things better?” TEDxNijmegen talk by McLaren Electronics’ Managing Director Peter van Manen.

Obviously I think we couldn’t have enough smart engineers contributing to the redesign of healthcare but is our capacity to fix big problems in Healthcare going to be addressed by processing 2-4 MB/s data streams or are they harder problems that are wrapped around the human interactions and politics.

Perhaps McLaren should hire a brilliant Healthcare Manager to sort out the driver spat that saw same team drivers banging into one another at the recent Bahrain GP?

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