Martin Ingvar, MD, PhD, has a background in cognitive neuroscience with a special interest in explicit and implicit communication in health care including subjective well-being. He acts as the Barbro and Bernard Osher Professor of Integrative Medicine, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, Karolinska Institutet (KI) Stockholm, Sweden. Recently he has devised a structured formalism for decision making in healthcare in distributed organizations with the aim of sharing knowledge along the patient trajectory. The aim is to standardize decision making in trans-professional teams based on shared semantic context that serves the patient health. He is the former Dean of Research at KI. Martin Ingvar is a co-founder of International Consortium for Health Outcomes Measurements (ICHOM) and serves on the board. Dr. Ingvar has authored and co-authored around 250 academic papers and around 10 books. His latest book is on artificial intelligence and the transformation of society when the basis for skills, knowledge and collaboration is disrupted.