We need to start small and base our innovation on humanity, not technology.
The real problems in healthcare are related to people suffering, people with anxiety and little…
Jordan L. Shlain MD
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Thanks for the note Jordan — I resonate a lot with what you’ve said here and I think it’s this sort of gap of empathy that I find myself struggling with when I’m trying to ground myself as an aspiring healthcare innovator.

I certainly agree that there are real and pressing problems in first alleviating the suffering that people face in a broken system. But I still hope for a brighter future when healthcare isn’t just “a series of loosly connected patches” and that there is the potential to scale impact in a way that is meaningful and systematic.
^Perhaps there is a middle ground between your two conclusive points where businesses can systematically enable humans to care more, at scale.