Community members must also request interventions that would best meet their needs. We might recognize reducing elevated blood pressures is important, yet, this may not be a goal for the community in discussion. As the prevalence of patients grows, the community must be allowed to raise their own concerns of their health identity to the medical world that wishes to help them. While medicine is asked to show results and outcomes, it still must maintain its human side — achieved best by partnering with and entering the community. Thus, ensuring that medicine is, and will remain, a public trust for the greater good.