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Bill and Melinda Gates are doing a great job spending their money on healthcare and education. They dedicated there annual report of the foundation this year to their biggest benefitter Warren Buffett.

The world is doing really well. Poverty is plummeting, child death are down by 50% and more then 122 million children have been saved.  Melinda and Bill are presenting the numbers in this  letter.

But take a look at the best presenter in numbers Hans Rosling who died 2 weeks ago. He was the beste authentific presenter of statistics ever. God I LOVED his presentations.. Here he tells the story of 200 countries, 200 years  in 4 minutes. BRILLIANT

If you want to see the letter of of Bill & Melinda in a smooth video  then click on this one.

Biggest fact! 122.000.000 million kids did not die because of all the investments!

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Almost 50% of the kids who die do this in the first month. 


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And a low child mortality with  a log GNP is possible! Look at China compared to USA

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If you have 20 minutes watch the first TedTalk which made him famous and opened the eyes of all the audiences all over the world. What really cool is that you do 100’rds of test yourself with the Gapminder tools.

We need better food

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And when women can decide when to have kids the survival rate is twice as high and the total amount of kids goes to 2!

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We have come a long way but still lots of work.

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The goal is 0%! Poverty, Child deaths all the large diseases.



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5 jaar geleden in 2012 zat @mauricedehond bij @DWDD en kondigde aan een moderne school te willen oprichten met 21e eeuw skills.

Nu is het 5 jaar verder. Er zijn 25 scholen in Nederland en momenteel 2 in Zuidafrika. Maurice reist nu over de hele wereld om over het concept te praten en zijn bedrijf http://o4nt.nl assisteert met 15 mensen nu sscholen in in Dubai, Brazilie, India, Aruba, etc om dit concept te starten. @mauricedehond is wel weer een stuk ouder geworden trouwens.. Was geen eenvoudige zaak. Wat heeft hij ervan geleerd? Niet eenvoudig om school  te starten maar hij is wel tevreden.

We hadden bij onze school deontplooiing.nu de staatssecretaris Sander Dekker op bezoek.

Hier zijn al mijn filmpjes van de stevejobs school. Doe eens een rondleiding!



Michael Blackman General Manager  #ISE2007 @ISE_2007  Integrated Systems Europa started the show 13 years ago for the B2B professional Audio/Video equipment suppliers and integrators. It was 2000 people then. 13 years later the show is still in Amsterdam and Michael talks about the trends in 2017 and  also how the show started and why the Netherlands is still the place to be!

Back from Finland and Estonia health care innovation visit. What a difference! In the Netherlands we have a great complex system which cost €5800/pp per year (14% GNP), has great cure (1st line and hospitals) and decent long term care. In Finland they spend €3800/pp/py (8% GNP) with great cure and so so care and in Estonia they have a smooth digitale organised efficient system which cost <€1000/pp/py of 6.6% of GNP but with very little care.

How is the digital society with a single user login which seems to be secure and used everywhere organised?

En how is the Estonian Health care system organised? What E-health services are there? Why is it so efficient and effective? What are the challenges of the system? How good are they? 6 x less spending then the Netherlands? What can we learn?

Pritt Alamäo is the CEO of Nortal with 500+ people who build 1/3  of the Estonian health care system. What drove the development? Why did it succed? What do other countries need to do to make it work? What other countries are transforming there system at the moment?


Madi Iik was the CEO of the E-health foundation and build the national EPD. What did it cost (€10M!), how long? (5Yr!) how was it organised, what does the system do and what not?

 Marc Wullings heeft een Finse vrouw getrouwd en help Health technologie bedrijven uit Finland hoe ze in Europa verder moet gaan. Hij geeft hier een introductie over het Finse healthcare system. 1 ziektekosten verzekeraar van de staat maar onafhankelijke health care providers. Hoe slim is het? Welk identiteits systeem gebruiken ze (van de Banken) en wat kunnen wij in NL ervan leren!

Look how the heath care system works in practice.. Pretty scary!


We saw a lot of interesting companies. Beat2Phone is a high quality ECG which is cleared by the Health care authorities. For €300 you turn a phone in a profesional ECG machine. Demo and business background. They are looking for partners in the netherlands and Beyond!

In Helsinki 200.000 fysical visits were replaced by a structured video conference toolVvideovisitlive. Not skype! Cost are €25/patient/month. Instead of a €45 fee for a fysical visit the city pad €5/consult. This family startup has 14 people and a nice system which can be used in many sectors


A demo with screen sharing, video and audio. Also the backoffice.

Robots are everything.. @startshiprobots does delivery in the last few mile like shopping, food and medicine. It’s almost autonomous but sometimes it needs some help from an operator. They just raised  €17M from daimler. 100 robots are runing around in London, Silicon Valley, Berlin etc..

Background and demo

Background of the Robot technology!


Watson ofcourse has incredible promises. Like integrated public information with EPD info and test’s. This can save health care professional a lot of time.

How is Watson used in finland? What does it cost? How do you work with it, what are the cost and a demo made in 1 week!

I talked with John Mattison on Big data & innovation.  He is the MD and Chief medical information officer & medical director for Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest not-for-profit health plan. How can the big huge technological innovation in the medical sector chance the system. What does the Dutch healthcare system need to do? What is the end result but more important how is the change road?


John is a also speaker at Singularity University! These are the most positive people concerning the concequences of technology change on the industry!