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Harold 'Hank' Gardner M.D. Named in the Future Health 100
Date:9/4/2009

ng healthy lifestyle and prevention, and enabling informed communication with doctors. The result was reduced costs and improvement in health, along with families who are better able to make informed health decisions. (See www.healthyfamiliessucceed.com). Subsequently, Clinical Prevention Information Services, Inc. was created, which offers decision support for the top 5% in companies and health plans.

"The solution has to put people back in control of their health. This requires renewed commitment to primary care and realignment of economic incentives to better encourage prevention and reduce the over-use of highly-specialized and expensive medical technical treatments," says Gardner. "More coverage, without aligning incentives, will only make the cost and quality problems worse."

Gardner and his colleagues author a blog at (www.hhcf.blogspot.com) and he is co-author of a book entitled "Aligning Incentives, Information and Choice."

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