Kenneth Brigham, M.D., (left) is a professor of medicine and associate vice president for health affairs at Emory University in Atlanta. Michael M. E. Johns, M.D., is chancellor of Emory and former dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. The pair are co-authors of Predictive Health: How We Can Reinvent Medicine to Extend Our Best Years (Basic Books, 2012), and, along with others, have developed the Emory-Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute.
Two advocates for reinventing health care say we'll all benefit when individualized, preventive medicine replaces disease management
Jim Owen wants to convince everyone else – one step (or lunge or squat) at a time