“Chronic conditions... I always call it like a symphony,” Ventura said. “There are a lot of parts moving, there is a lot of noise in the background. So, the role of the internist is to be the hub, the part where the information comes to, and the coordination of care happens.”
Internists can help adults with chronic conditions, who might be taking several medications and supplements, to navigate the best treatment options and prescription needs, Ventura said.
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