Minimally Disruptive Medicine: Thinking differently about nonadherence

In a follow up to Disutility: Finding the balance between benefit and hassle, I present this video from the North American Primary Care Research Group  (NAPCRG) Annual Meeting.

The answer to healthcare is education. Nevermind the other aspects of their life, nevermind that they have multiple diseases, side effects of medications, and not enough time in the day to do all the health 'work' that we give them . Teach patients, yell at patients, scare them into doing what you (the doctor) says. And if they don't take responsibility and do it, then... fire them as your patient!

Or not.

Dr Victor Montori, champion of Minimally Disruptive Medicine, explains a radical new way to think about "nonadherence" and the work that we give our patients to do.

NAPCRG Plenary I: Minimally Disruptive Medicine; Victor Montori, MD


Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHSWDMH2rf...