Can better health policies fix chronic disease?

Andrew Wilson • JANUARY 27, 2015

Andrew Wilson of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy describes how health systems in Australia are adapting to do a better job of managing chronic disease. Chronic disease and mental health, he says, are major causes of morbidity and mortality. According to Wilson, managing chronic disease is a challenge that health systems face across the globe. Wilson would like to see a shift toward greater person-centered care and self-care, and argues that using policy levers inside and outside of healthcare delivery can achieve this.

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