I got a twitter about why people go to chiropractors for menstrual pain even though it doesn't work. The same reason people go to chiropractors at all, because they're friendly, they help and you like coming back. Nobody wants to go to the hospital. So I'm thinking....
The new health care is something you go to all the time, like once a month. And you like to go because the building is new and clean and there are young people there and people are having fun. And the lobby is airy and the people at reception are cheery and you go and your doctor knows you. But he's not just a doctor, he's a young person and you see the young people most of the time because most of the time there's nothing seriously wrong with you. And there's no co-pay unless you miss three months in a row.
It's a pharmacy and a health spa and an urgent care facility and a spine center and a homeopathic joint and there are circles of wellness and you are in the outer circle where you are never too far from serious doctors, surgeons and specialists who work the inner circles. The entire place is built like the Pentagon, except its more like a capital G with concentric circles plus a way to get quickly to the middle if your problem is that serious.
The point is that you don't mind going and you are in constant contact with people who can quickly form teams to handle your case. Everybody is longitudinal.
Blackfive has tweets from a conference;