Introduction: The Drivers of Change

Stefl, Mary E.
December 2001
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Winter2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p3
Presents ten rules for health professionals of the future. Care based on patient needs and values; Foundation of patient-clinician relationship; Evidence-based decision-making; Development of a culture of continuous improvement.


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