Even now I can see Dr. Hingorani telling my mother that her boy has chronic hypertension and feel the embarrassment of seeing tears well up in her eyes. More than 16 years have passed since but I can’t help feeling oddly satisfied with that episode. Getting diagnosed early has helped me manage my condition well and do things that I really want to do – even trek up to the Everest Base Camp. Most people are not this lucky. We visit a doctor when something feels wrong. We routinely receive care too late – millions die because of delayed diagnosis. Future of healthcare delivery flips this equation. Can we be treated before we fall sick?