Title: Predictive Medicine
Author: Emmanuel Fombu
Page Count/Review Word Count: 212
I gave this one my default rating of 3.5/5 because it’s not really fair for me to give it a rating. I worked on it, because Dr. Fombu is one of my clients. I fill a few roles for him, including as a social media manager and research assistant, but my main role here was to work as his editor.
Of course, this was also published by Business Expert Press and so they also had their own editors working on it, so I can’t take all of the credit. This is basically a follow up to Fombu’s earlier book, The Future of Healthcare, and takes a closer, more strategy-leg look at the concept of predictive analytics and what it can offer in the healthcare industry.
Because of that, it’s a little bit outside of the kind of stuff that I’d normally read, but Fombu’s enthusiasm for healthcare is infectious (ironically) and AI, machine learning and big data are fascinating subjects.
Still, I’d recommend just reading The Future of Healthcare if you’re a general reader, because this is much more aimed at healthcare leaders and entrepreneurs. But there’s still some great stuff here.