Now that health care reform has passed, are we all going to be healthy? Unfortunately, the answer is probably not. But why? If Americans’ poor health can be blamed largely on poor decisions, why do we make them? And why is the health care system set up to respond to crises and not prevention?Join moderator Steve Seel, DJ for 89.3 The Current, and David Moen, M.D., Medical Director of Care Model Innovation for Fairview Health Services, as they tackle these questions and more.Dr. Moen leads health care innovation for Fairview Health Services. He develops collaborative relationships with stakeholders across the health care industry to establish Fairview as a national innovation leader. His work aims to increase quality of care and increase patient satisfaction while decreasing the total cost of care at Fairview. Dr. Moen also serves as the Chief Medical Officer of NetClinic, a web-based program that serves as an interactive personal health portal to allow virtual care delivery involving patients and clinicians.
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