|Current health monitoring and diagnosis are done either ad hoc with motivation arising from a medical situation, or periodically with motivation arising from a health screening exercise. As such, we typically get a snapshot of our own health condition at a specific point in time. There is thus a need to resolve these problems and improve the accuracy, specificity, speed, and frequency of health monitoring and diagnosis. The emergence of new medical technologies such as smart wearables and point-of-care diagnostics as well as health data analytics and AI are driving the future of healthcare. In this talk, I will cover several innovative health technologies that we have developed through an interdisciplinary collaboration among engineers, scientists, clinicians, industrial partners, and entrepreneurs here in our research institute. As we enter the era of precision medicine, our smart health technologies and AI will contribute towards the future of health diagnostics and monitoring, which will not only be about early diagnosis and precise therapy, but also prevention.