Dr. Andrew Weil speaks about health care in Denver in 2008. He cites two major flaws in the American health care system and offers alternatives. The first flaw is in our strategy of managing disease rather than preventing it:
I would say we don’t have a health care system. I would say we have a disease management system that’s horribly dysfunctional and getting more so everyday.
The second flaw is the expense. According to Dr. Weil, we must
…come to use less expenive, lower tech methods…
Watch below for his recommendations on what we can do:
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