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Needless to say, a successful medical practice takes patient concerns and satisfaction as top priorities to address. Simply for the care provider to presume he has been doing the job good enough without a consideration for patients' feedback in the process may not be ideal. So in addition to utilization of technology tools and student-centred methods in teaching, do you think there should also be a focus on the physical demonstration of effective physician-patient interaction and clinical cases to foster future high standard of delivery of care? I see a flipped classroom as a perfect setting for this kind of discipline-relevant and highly interactive form of learning exercises. With just students gathering at a table and brainstorming solutions to problems, it promotes a more physician-centred focus. This is different from a real-life clinical setting in which a doctor will have to interact with dozens of patients who do not belong to the same level of profession as he does on a daily continual basis.