In the healthcare industry, there are many issues that need to examine. Some of the issues are the affordability and individualized health plans. These issues open up opportunity to introduce new ideas to solve our problems in the healthcare industry. In recent years, there is a growing trend in self-care technology that can improve longevity and quality of life, which can help us moving in the right direction to solve the healthcare issues. However, the technology is still not very accessible to everyone. It is also not very affordable for people with lower income and the reason for that is because we are not accounting this technology as a whole system, such as the important purpose of the technology and all the components that make up the system. All the stakeholders such as government agencies, investors, healthcare providers, and consumers together need to take careful consideration to help shape the future of affordable healthcare. The self-care technology can be wearable sensors, smart-phone apps, and online doctor consultations, which potentially can “reduce medical expenses by allowing patients and doctors to monitor indicators such as cholesterol and glucose levels without expensive and time-consuming office visits.” As technology evolve, the market of these devices will grow and trigger the prices to decrease which make it affordable and easier for people to track their daily activities. The question then will be, are more people going to take advantage of this or stay with their bad habits lifestyles and unhealthy diets? Perhaps, the technology or apps will then be user-friendly and attractively designed to fit individual lifestyle.