What Are Our Biggest Healthcare Problems?

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The most prevalent problem is that people, the patient is the most under utilized resource in the US Health system. People don't take care of themselves, they don't engage with themselves with the doctors with their families with their communities, and health care. We have all the technology in the world per capita more than we really need in terms of ORs and M.

R. Is, CT scanners gamma rays etc. What we don't have is patient person participation in their own health, call it couch potato-ism, call it lack of engagement, whatever you call it, it means people aren't fully engaged, they're not paying attention to the micro decisions they can make during the day and if they made small changes everyday, we would really bent that cost curve as people like to say.