4. I’m motivated by the possibility that designers can be care professionals, partners in front-lines of care practice, health promotion, and healthy communities. And I want to see the healthcare professions embrace and partner with design professionals in institutional and everyday care practice. The 9 chapters are organized in 3 sectors that today are quite separate by leadership, practice, and design focus: Consumer, Clinical, and Institutional. Technology and information design are subsumed to human needs and work practices. The service approach is both human-centered and system-oriented, so I recognize it looks complex, at first. Key principles - People, not patients. The necessity to embrace and cope with the natural complexity of the field. And for designers in one sector to learn from the others they have no access to, and to integrate experience knowledge across these.