Video, which has been around for quite a long time, has continued to change with the times. It's not just that linear went non-linear; that was decades ago. It's not just about convergence with the Internet either. It's about today's customer; what they want to watch, when they want to watch it and how they want to watch as well.
If 2014 will be remembered for anything in the business industry, then surely it is the online blooper. Since social media became a necessary part of business making and customer reach, the amount of mistakes that we have seen major companies make has increased tenfold, and with it, many reputations have been all but destroyed.
Every other sector of our day-to-day lives--financial, telecommunication, retail, travel, and entertainment--have been irrevocably changed. But to date essentially none of these technological triumphs have been leveraged to reduce the cost of health care, no less to achieve better outcomes for patients.