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Fixin' Healthcare

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Moving Prevention To The Front Of The Line

Building prevention into everyday life is a real and necessary possibility. It will take time and effort. A good start is to recognize that primary prevention is a culture and public health issue not a medical care issue. The call for more physicians due to Obamacare is a false assumption. The same goes for the friction between physicians and nurse practitioners. More medical care propagates more sickness. Meanwhile, there is a large unmet need for public health and primary prevention. More communities throughout the nation are beginning to pay attention to this. Younger people interested in health will define this arena and carve out new approaches to the problem of a sick society. Certainly, the medical care "system" of today is not the answer.

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