Comment 1 discusses the importance of focusing on overall quality and coordination of patient care, which can be achieved through interdisciplinary and interprofessional teams, such as medical/health homes. This approach may help reduce reliance on emergency care and specialists, which can decrease costs for both patients and healthcare providers. Comment 2 proposes a systematic approach to the flow of care, which standardizes the process and ensures that patients receive the optimal treatment for their ailments. This approach involves communication and collaboration among all members of an interdisciplinary team. Comment 3 introduces the patient-centered care model, which emphasizes respect and responsiveness to individual patient preferences, needs, and values. This approach involves working as partners and coaches with patients and their families to design, implement, and evaluate medical options, and emphasizes shared decision-making. This approach can increase patient knowledge, align decisions with patient values, reduce internal conflict, and lead to positive outcomes.