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1 Tejas Desai, MD, is the founder of NOD Analytics (goo.gl/mfziXG), a social media analytics company that serves health-care professionals and medical societies. He is also a nephrologist in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Charlotte, NC.
All of us have studied history, but rare is the person who lives through and shapes an instrumental period of humanity's record. We are that rare person. We live in a technological revolution where innovative ideas and disruptive forces, fueled by code, the microprocessor, and a self-awareness about our intrinsic capabilities, are changing nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives (1). Those aspects that we suspect are prejudicial, exploitative, and/or simply inefficient are being reimagined into something closer to an ideal. Here, we shall focus on one such aspect that nearly all of us can agree