That's what cardiologist and geneticist Eric Topol says in a new video, where he explains how we’ll soon use our smartphones to monitor our vital signs and chronic conditions.
Speaking at TEDMED 2009 in San Diego, Calif., Topol highlights several smart, connected wireless devices that can be used in medicine today. The goal? Keep more of us out of hospital beds and on our feet.
"The future are digital medical wireless devices," he says. "In the future, you're going to be checking all your vital signs: your heart rhythm, your blood pressure, your oxygen, et cetera. It's already available today."
One example? Topol says the stethoscope -- invented in 1816, yet still carried around by doctors everywhere -- is on its way out, thanks to devices such as GE's handheld ultrasound.
Here's a look at what other new technologies the future holds: