Patient satisfaction in innovating integrated care for older persons: Towards care with personal value
Medical care for older persons is changing. This change is reflected in daily practice, amongst others, through increasing numbers of older persons with multiple treatable chronic diseases. There is also a greater emphasis on quality of life, participation and comfort as ultimate goals of care, and no longer merely the absence of disease. This implies new roles and alliances for patients, professionals and informal caregivers.
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