EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE & MEDICAL INFORMATICS | RESEARCH ARTICLE Maximizing therapeutic success: The key concepts of individualized medical strategy (IMS)

@inproceedings{Kodolitsch2015EVIDENCEBASEDM,
  title={EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE & MEDICAL INFORMATICS | RESEARCH ARTICLE Maximizing therapeutic success: The key concepts of individualized medical strategy (IMS)},
  author={Yskert von Kodolitsch and Alexander Martin Justus Bernhardt and Tilo K{\"o}lbel and Christian Detter and Hermann Reichenspurner and Eike Sebastian Debus},
  year={2015}
}
Individualised medical strategy (IMS) seeks therapeutic success in the follow- ing three dimensions: (1) biology, (2) sociology, and (3) psychology. IMS addresses these dimensions of success (1) as efficiency by achieving biological goals such as medication that normalizes blood pressure or surgery that completely eradicates cancer; (2) as effectiveness by achieving social goals such as satisfying guidelines, patients' purposes, and ethical demands; and (3) as motivation by achieving… CONTINUE READING

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