HealthManagement, Volume 17 - Issue 2, 2017

Peter Kapitein

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Patient Advocate, Inspire2Live, Amsterdam, the Netherlands


If about us, not without us












Healthcare exists because we patients exist and therefore we should not only be asked about what we want, we should also decide about all matters in healthcare. Simply for the sake of the patients and their loved ones and for the sake of lower costs in healthcare. I’m convinced and have done research on this; putting patient advocates in the right position will greatly lower the cost of healthcare.


Read Peter Kapitein’s blog on Why Don’t We Introduce Patients Into Healthcare Management? at https://iii.hm/9pi

 





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