Holding On and Letting Go: A Perspective from the Keystone IV Conference

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Abstract

This commentary examines what it might look like to be countercultural in the current era of health care change, and asks what we should hold onto and what we should let go of as we reinvent an ideal that gives meaning to family physicians and value to patients and populations - that primary health care is a relationship to be nurtured and supported, not just a commodity to be delivered and optimized, measured and incentivized, bought and sold.

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