Nursing in disease management is a holistic approach for provision of health care services to an individual or population that has symptoms of certain diseases. It includes the combination and coordination of various systems towards the development of all-encompassing approach in terms of delivery of health care services.
The role of Nurse in disease management cannot be overlooked as they perform an important part in the success stories of the program; Disease management involves several aspects such as the economical, clinical and psychosocial aspects are considered necessary in the provision of health care. This approach intends to have a positive effect and result in the adjustment of health-related behaviour patterns in patients, health care providers and consumers bringing about the reduction of severe cases or manifestations of certain diseases or disorders. Modifications on any health behaviour pattern undergo verification and support process that seeks constant development and it offers up to the minute feedback and works on the basis of particular health conditions along with string of apt population procedures and outcomes.
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Michaela Kern, Baylor University, United States
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