“The U.S. spends $2.5 trillion dollars a year on health care. That’s an economic bleed of epic proportions. To stop the financial bleeding we need to apply pressure to the source-quick. Five percent of the U.S. population consume half of all healthcare spending-that’s the site of the bleeding. That’s where healthcare reform needs to focus first,” advised Noe Foster, CEO of theStrategist, in a radio interview with Rhett Palmer of The Florida Show on April 7, 2010.