Moving nation from sick care toward wellness care
AP/Yahoo News, February 24, 2009
Good healthcare is preventive, predictive, and personalized, a rarity today in a crisis-oriented care system far better at treating disease than keeping it at bay. To help change that, the Institute of Medicine has started a major push for what patients might call whole-body wellness care.
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