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Not surprisingly, many of our expert physician innovators have mentioned a tendency to identify areas of potential improvement and a natural desire to create solutions. Both seem important since the former without the latter is just complaining. But because of this inclination to identify and solve problems, innovators often accumulate a portfolio of potential projects. Building on David Eisenbrey's excellent question on this topic, what are some of your experiences "testing" an idea? When/how did you realize it was or wasn't going to work?