How Public Policy affects Nutrition and Healthcare

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"I've always said a touchpoint is better than no touch point. And so while I'm extremely grateful that through these Medicaid plans we have an access point to still be able to connect with those patients, I feel like there's still a lot of work to be done, traditionally. And you know, to be able to help with accountability and success and outcomes." - Dr. Andie Lee Gonzalez, Phd, MPH, RDN, LD, FAND

Dr. Andie Lee Gonzalez is from South Texas and started as a registered dietician nutritionist with HEB Nutrition Services. She now serves as a sales representative for HEB. Within this role, she helps maintain relationships with physicians, employers, and serves as a spokesperson for nutrition education, and health and wellness. As a delegate, she’s a part of the public policy task force within the Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Dr. Gonzalez’s goal is to promote, encourage and empower healthy habits with her friends, family and community.

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