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B. WALKER: “Are Millennials Relying too Heavily on “Disruptive” Healthcare Models?”

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Posted by Brent Walker on Fri, Dec 18, 2015

Obesity is a major concern for Americans of all age groups. According to Gallup, the obesity rate among Americans rose to 27.7% in 2014 — up another 2.2% from the rate in 2008.  Young adults are no exception. Although much has been made of the Millennial generation’s health-consciousness and willingness to use disruptive healthcare innovation to effect change, impactful results have not been as forthcoming as many of us thought they would be.

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