Vector blog's Keeley Wray explains why hospitals, replete with medical technology, also need modern-day da Vincis:
...da Vinci wouldn't just be concerned with gleaning new truth from the data. He would be equally concerned with its beauty. Beauty was crux to his genius. He recognized our innate desire for order and elegance. Were he living in our medical world, he'd know that an attractive, engaging design could motivate reluctant practitioners to get the most out of information technology. Tools may have clinical utility, but if they're not enjoyable to look at or easy to use, they'll likely fail in the marketplace. For this reason, hospitals need da Vincis: people who can traverse easily between art, mathematics and science.