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, Volume 23, Issue 7, pp 11–22 | Cite as

Modern management van chronische ziekten in de eerste lijn: e-zorg ten voeten uit

  • W. A. Keijser
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Samenvatting

Veelvoorkomende chronische ziekten in de huisartsenpraktijk – zoals diabetes – zijn in theorie goed te managen, mits aan een aantal voorwaarden is voldaan. Optimaal zelfmanagement en compliance van de patiënt hebben een belangrijke voorspellende waarde voor het behandelresultaat.

ICT disease management e-zorg zelfmanagement vraagsturing 

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