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Health 3.0—The patient-clinician “arabic spring” in healthcare

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Author(s): Laurent Chartier | Serge Gagnon

Journal: Journal of Biophysical Chemistry
ISSN 2153-036X

Volume: 04;
Issue: 02;
Start page: 39;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Dependency and Co-Responsibility Paradigm | Communication and Self-Managed Health Technologies | Chronic Diseases | Runaway Utilization of Health Services | Development Matrix of Health 3.0 Governance | MD 3.0 Relational Model | Citizen-Patient 3.0 Behavioral Profile

ABSTRACT
A growing number of citizen-patients and clinicians use Communication and Self-Managed Health Technologies (CSMHT) in their relationship. Doing so, they shift from the current paradigm of dependency to a co-responsibility paradigm in healthcare. Facing the runaway utilization of health services, we need to think “outside the box” to unblock the system. A Health 3.0 development model of governance that position patients as primary members of the clinicians’ team is presented to map this institutional transformation. At the practical level, an MD 3.0 relational model and a Citizen-Patient 3.0 behavioral profile are presented.
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