I hope this discussion has been a useful resource for those of you interested in becoming a physician innovator. Thank you again to our expert panel for their invaluable insight and participation. Also, thank you to Medstro and NEJM for inviting me, Rohan and Tania to moderate.
Before we close, I have two final questions for our experts:
1. Life and career are fraught with difficult choices. Being an innovator only increases the level of difficulty in a self-inflicted kind of way. Looking back on your journey as an innovator, if you could go back and change one thing, what would it be?
2. Any last words of advice on becoming a physician innovator?