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Dr. Scott Conard is a national thought leader, advisor, speaker and writer who participates in the national conversation on healthcare reform as a true insider. A practicing physician and executive, he advises patients, and corporations, on how to add years to the life and life to their years– resulting in more productive workers an lower costs.  He was a clinical professor at UT Health Science Center in Dallas TX for over 20 years, has been the principle investigator in over 60 clinical trials, written 5 books and is the proud father of four vivacious kids that keep he and his wife on their toes!

SCOTT E. CONARD, MD, DABFP, FAAFM

6211 W Northwest Highway C255 & 1003Dallas, TX 75225(817) 691-4970

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Primary prevention focuses on enhancing health promotion.2Secondary prevention involves the detection or diagnosis of disease in the early stages before it becomes symptomatic or debilitating.2Tertiary prevention attempts to avoid or delay the complications of disease after it has developed.2Current focus of medical care in the United States

Tertiary Prevention1

Secondary Prevention1

Primary Prevention1

Health promotion

Early detection/ diagnosis

Early treatment/ intervention

Health educationLifestyle managementSafety engineeringJob ergonomicsNutritionPrenatal careVaccinations

ScreeningEarly detection programsHealth coachingBiometric testing

Disease managementQuality-care managementReturn-to-work programsDisability managementVocational rehabilitation

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Loeppke

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J Workplace Health

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2008;1:95–108.

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Woolf SH et al. The economic argument for disease prevention.

prevent.org

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economicargumentfordiseaseprevention.pdf

. Accessed January 18, 2012.

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