I love the 80/ 20 division that Jay makes.
It’s the reason why I believe that medical humanities and integrative medicine are so important. Medicine ultimately needs to be focused on the individual.
Although, I would be lying if I didn’t say that I think the future of personalized medicine via genetics is incredibly exciting.
There are two huge issues that must be considered to provide any sort of meaningful doctor quality information:
Doctoring is a human-powered service that relies on intuition 80% of the time. Therefore, doctors/surgeons have more in common with artists and barbers (what’s the “quality” of…