The future of diagnostics

Every day we’re committed to finding the best possible solutions for our clients, because global health is fragile. Contributing to the health of people asks for fast and effective diagnosis that leads to the right treatment. New technologies are developed rapidly and awaiting introduction into the market. In light of this fast progress, how will the future of diagnostics look like? Will the Tricorder really be used in 2364? Let us know your thoughts and we will share the outcome with you.

Survey in Dutch


Question 1: Will immunoassays still be developed in 10 years' time?
Question 2: Will immunoassays still be developed in 25 years' time?
Question 3: How long will ELISA's continue to exist?
Question 4: Suppose immunoassays are replaced by a new technology. Which technology will that be?
Question 5: Will everyone soon have a self-test Point-of-Care analyzer at home in addition and connected to, for example, a Google Assistant?
Question 6: In the future, a diagnosis will be made through a number of smart wearable sensors, your smartphone, and smart devices from which an AI algorithm combined with your genetic and proteomic "fingerprint" will provide a prognostic diagnosis.
Question 7: In the future, IVD-sensors will be directly 3D-printed with binding structures.
FYI, the smallest 3D printed object is currently a few micrometers with a resolution in the high nanometer range.
This survey is anonymous, but if you share your name and email, we will give you a glimpse into the future by sharing the outcome.