The coronavirus disease (COVID)-19 pandemic has exacerbated the flow of ‘health’ care systems worldwide, which, actually, are ‘sick’ care systems, activated only when somebody is not well. One of the lessons learnt is that, in the future, a real ‘health’ care system has to care for the maintenance of individuals’ wellbeing and reduce the number of times individuals become patients.1 This needs an improvement in the delivery of prevention and it is the focus of this editorial.

The future of cardiovascular prevention: between fiction and reality

Guardigli, Gabriele;Cimaglia, Paolo;Rapezzi, Claudio;Tavazzi, Luigi;Ferrari, Roberto
2022

Abstract

The coronavirus disease (COVID)-19 pandemic has exacerbated the flow of ‘health’ care systems worldwide, which, actually, are ‘sick’ care systems, activated only when somebody is not well. One of the lessons learnt is that, in the future, a real ‘health’ care system has to care for the maintenance of individuals’ wellbeing and reduce the number of times individuals become patients.1 This needs an improvement in the delivery of prevention and it is the focus of this editorial.
Guardigli, Gabriele; Cimaglia, Paolo; Rapezzi, Claudio; Tavazzi, Luigi; Ferrari, Roberto
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