Minimally Disruptive Medicine – Effective Care that Fits | Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery
Minimally disruptive medicine (MDM) seeks to advance patient goals for health, health care, and life, using effective care programs designed and implemented in a manner that respects the capacity of patients and caregivers and minimizes the burden of treatment – the healthcare footprint – the care program imposes on their lives.
Hosted by the Knowledge and Evaluation Research Unit, this workshop seeks to assist health care professionals in their care of patients with multiple chronic conditions (MCC).
During this two-day intensive:
- Healthcare professionals and clinicians of all backgrounds obtain tools and strategies to immediately implement kind and careful care.
- Researchers discover new research ideas and network with potential collaborators.
- Patient advocates gain insight into new strategies for dissemination across advocacy networks and advocacy to healthcare organizations
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