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Generalist Plus Specialist Palliative Care--creating A More Sustainable Model.

T. Quill, A. Abernethy
Published 2013 · Medicine

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The U.S. palliative care model adds another layer of specialized care to a complex, expensive health care environment, and there are too few palliative care specialists to meet demand. Distinguishing primary from specialist palliative care would improve quality of care.
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