Can addressing family relationships improve outcomes in chronic disease? Report of the National Working Group on Family-Based Interventions in Chronic Disease.

Abstract

The management of patients with chronic disease constitutes the largest single cost to the health care system in the United States. New approaches and methods are needed to reduce preventable complications and to enhance the health and well-being of patients with chronic disease and their families. Interventions that target the family setting in which… (More)

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@article{Fisher2000CanAF, title={Can addressing family relationships improve outcomes in chronic disease? Report of the National Working Group on Family-Based Interventions in Chronic Disease.}, author={Lawrence Fisher and Karen L Weihs}, journal={The Journal of family practice}, year={2000}, volume={49 6}, pages={561-6} }