The Brave New World of Health - It’s not your father’s healthcare

January 12th, 2016
9781442361577.jpgThere is almost nothing that we do the way we might have done it just ten years ago.  The way we book travel, get a car, find places to stay, take photographs, date, communicate with your friends, or consume the news.  Creative destruction is everywhere.  However a few of the places where such change have been very late to the party, has been with respect to education, government and healthcare.

In the world of healthcare that’s all beginning to change.  The sheer force of science and discovery has pushed the otherwise staid walls of the medical profession to change. 

And like everything other change, it’s no longer one size fits tall.  The new long tail of medicine is about the customization of treatment and along with it, a required need for individual empowerment. Some might call it squeaky wheel medicine, other might just call it the future.   One of those is my guest Dr. David Agus who tells us about these ideas in The Lucky Years: How to Thrive in the Brave New World of Health

My conversation with Dr. David Agus: