Rheumatology in 2030 part 1: Technical innovations and improvements benefiting both patients and medical specialists

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Rheumatology in 2030 part 1: Technical innovations and improvements benefiting both patients and medical specialists When two distinguished Benelux rheumatologists look ahead to the evolution of their specialty in the next ten years, their optimism is striking. They emphasize the technical innovations and improvements that have recently been implemented, which benefit both the patient and the medical specialist, also on the administrative platform. In a patient-oriented context they will take advantage of digital means, and they can also communicate and share the best expertise in an optimal international network. They will also learn a lot more of what’s really happening in the earliest stages of the disease.

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