BMJ: Practices Should Be Able to Keep Money Saved from Putting Patients on Low-Carbohydrate Diet

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When people with diabetes start a low-carb diet, their need of medications often immediately plummets.
How could we encourage this? How about letting practices keep the money saved, effectively incentivizing health professionals for helping their patients improve and get off drugs?
Dr. David Unwin suggests this great idea in the British Medical Journal. Continue Reading →
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