How Millennials are Changing the Healthcare System

As more millennials interact with the healthcare system, the industry will find itself facing a more sophisticated and demanding group that won’t stand for its inefficiencies
— Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette-Journal

We understand the frustration dietitians have with today's healthcare system. Food is one of the top necessities for life and everyone has a right to food that is good for their body. So, why don't health insurance companies recognize the importance of dietitians in helping people create the healthy lifestyles they deserve? 

Check out this article from USA Today on how millennials are starting to change the healthcare industry. How do you think this progress will eventually change dietary counseling? Comment below on how you think the industry will change for dietitians in the years to come, or on what changes you think should be made!

Dr. Bayo Curry-Winchell poses for a portrait at her office in Reno on Jan. 27, 2016.
(Photo: Jason Bean, Jason Bean/RGJ)

Here's how Millennials Could Change Health Care: Millennials May Give the Healthcare Industry more Impetus to Improve Customer Service

By Jason Hidalgo, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal