There is not yet a single device that can diagnose, monitor, and treat a patient for every type of health problem without even making physical contact or directly interacting with body molecules. That’s still something of a holy grail in the medical device industry. What we have instead is the birth of the first generation of a new species, burst from the womb of rapidly evolving technology; tens of thousands of medical devices and mobile apps designed for uniquely specific purposes; all working together to lay the collective foundation for what could one day be the ultimate medical utopia. But without discipline, all this forward momentum is for naught. As tempting as it is to run wild with ideas and succumb to the raptures of pure creativity, progress must be tempered by responsibility. Chaos benefits no one.