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Patient empowerment and efficient health outcomes

Author: Angelmar, Reinhard ; Berman, Philip C.INSEAD Area: MarketingIn: Financing Sustainable Healthcare in Europe: New Approaches for New Outcomes: report, February 2007 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 139-161.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: After a brief overview of patient power in the health care system, we focus on the role of the patient in the treatment process. The main questions will be: What are the different roles for patients and physicians in the treatment process? Does greater patient involvement in treatment necessarily lead to more efficient health outcomes? What is necessary if patients are to take on more responsibility for their own treatment? How can the empowered patient be motivated to achieve more efficient health outcomes? We end by summarizing the main conclusions and policy recommendations
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After a brief overview of patient power in the health care system, we focus on the role of the patient in the treatment process. The main questions will be:
What are the different roles for patients and physicians in the treatment process?
Does greater patient involvement in treatment necessarily lead to more efficient health outcomes?
What is necessary if patients are to take on more responsibility for their own treatment?
How can the empowered patient be motivated to achieve more efficient health outcomes?
We end by summarizing the main conclusions and policy recommendations

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