Great things start from humble beginnings. Most of what you see around you started as nothing more than a simple idea and a crude prototype. It’ll take 5 to 10 years to turn it an “overnight success”, with dozens of setbacks and course corrections along the way. So pick something you’re passionate about and get started.
As you can see, Primary Care 3.0 is not a one-on-one relationship with a human in your neighborhood, it’s a relationship with a technology-enabled service designed to automate a diagnosis, recommend the least expensive treatment plan with the highest chance of success, and effectively flag a situation where real human doctors need to be involved. This scales primary care.