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The importance of health promotion

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The importance of health promotion

Ellie Lindsay
16 June 2022

Today’s international healthcare service providers are faced with the enormous challenge of delivering the highest quality of care while improving efficiency by seeking new ways of working and to address long-term condition management with limited staff in a cost-effective post-COVID-19 era. A major demographic shift is unfolding due to scientific and medical advances. Population growth, changes in societal age and globally lower limb and mobility disorders are complex and currently managed by a range of health care services within the private and public sector. While acknowledging the cornerstone of an effective treatment programme, the needs of providers is to deliver both clinical and quality of life solutions. Meeting these goals while maintaining the fundamental principles of equity and ease of access to healthcare resources, represents a significant challenge.

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