Ostrolenk speaks with Keith Norris of Paleo f(x) on the state of healthcare reform and efforts to shift the conversation from a debate on the allocation of resources to one of accountability for improved health results. Norris addresses difficult questions on how licensing systems incentivizes writing scripts, government oversight stifles innovation, and the lack of results-oriented practices all prevent true health care progress. Though he stresses the importance of working with government in the short-term to ensure people are receiving the right messages, Norris also insists that consumers must take control of their own health and make educated decisions based on research. To learn more about Paleo f(x), visit their website and follow them on Twitter.
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