Public wellness strategy is needed to reduce health costs

04/23/2010 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Lowering health care costs requires a public strategy that focuses on wellness, according to Jonathan Lack, founding executive director of the Houston Wellness Association. Americans need to have an open dialogue and a call to action on personal and community responsibilities for health care and personal well-being, he writes.

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