Of course there is proof.<quoted text>
There is absolutely no proof of that.
Just curious why you people keep saying "preventative" instead of the correct "preventive"?
Studies have proven that preventive care lowers hospitalization admissions as much as 72 percent and in one study published in the December issue of The Journal of Managed Care, hospital admissions dropped by 79 percent for medicare patients.
In one wellness plan (MDVIP), "the savings on hospital costs over one year amounted to more than $300 million and the longer the patients were MDVIP-practice members, the greater the reduction in hospitalizations."
It only takes common sense to realize that when doctors focus on disease prevention and wellness, they can "identify thousands of at-risk or higher-risk patients, preventing complications and even disease."