What is Inclusive Care™: Equity and Agency (3/3)
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How would this make a difference? In the case of our restaurant observer, if he could hear the music or know about your allergies then his interpretation of the event would be far more relevant. Similarly, in the case of our doctor as the external observer, we provide a multi-dimensional and holistic blueprint that models health influences and systematically exposes blind spots through a more complete view of the patient. And if our doctor is making life-decisions by accounting for all health determinants then her assessment would be more complete, the level of prevention could shift from reactive to proactive, and the chances of having a “how did that happen?” event far less likely.