Klinkman, Michael; Van Weel, Chris
Fundamental changes in health care delivery are revealing the limitations of our collective focus on disease-specific and technology-driven health care.We increasingly treat diseases, not persons, and it moves individuals from active participants in the care process to passive recipients of interventions. This problem is especially important for general medicine, where we must maintain the balance between person and disease, caring and technology. In this chapter, we focus on prospects for...[Show more]
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