Healthcare in the 21st century

Published:November 12, 2016DOI:
      To the Editor: Recently, many healthcare-associated problems have significantly increased. Therefore, strategies need to be developed in order to solve these problems and transform healthcare. This article provides a glimpse into the future of healthcare and highlights all promising aspects, with a view toward improving healthcare practice.


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