The highest compliment a patient can give a doctor in the Eastern world is his absence.
It sounds paradoxical, but the less a doctor is needed, the better his care must be. Contrast that with our western approach to medicine—one that sends us from doctor to pharmacy to clinic to specialist to doctor in a never-ending cycle that keeps us popping pills until we die.
Good doctors pride themselves on the fact that patients never need them. They know there is a better way. They know they can make a problem disappear forever.
That’s the Jeff Lucchesi philosophy. Most outsourcers of IT services only exist to prescribe pills and ease symptoms. Lucchesi is there to treat the whole organism. If you treat the whole body, it gets better. If you continuously automate and re-architect an environment, it becomes a circular ecosystem. At Taos, analysts work to identify, study, resolve, and archive each problem that arises. Through architecture and automation, Lucchesi’s methods can lower a client’s problem threshold over time.