By focusing on the home, the “ethical playing field” in health care is leveled — new information technology can be made available to all in equal doses, connecting family members to each other and to their caregivers through the use of new decision-making and planning tools that allow patients to get ahead of the “disease curve.” Home-Centered Health Care points us toward a health care system that is preventive, relationship-rich and universal; a system that will appeal equally to Main Street and Wall Street, because it rings true and makes good sense.