The trajectory of medical advancements stand as a beacon of human progress. From the days of herbal concoctions and rudimentary surgeries to today’s high-resolution imaging and targeted therapies, we’ve come a long way. However, nestled within the pages of Dr. Peter Attia’s “Outlive: The Science & Art of Longevity,” is an intriguing proposal, a transition from the contemporary model, dubbed Medicine 2.0, to a more proactive and holistic paradigm: Medicine 3.0. Beyond its medical implications, this shift offers a new lens to view the health insurance industry, especially at a time when spiraling healthcare costs pose serious economic and social challenges.
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