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As the world's aging population is rising, so too is the prevalence of multimorbidity increasing among older adults. Multimorbidity is therefore a growing public health challenge among the older population. Researchers have reported fragmentation of care to be one of the major problems facing this population. The leading factors responsible for this issue are use of disease-centered approaches and specialism to manage people living with multimorbidity; poor communication between professionalsdoi:10.53886/gga.0210030 doaj:cdbb598e6c874a168bebe738e8e0df02 fatcat:yob4j553jfc53l4jkiwn5letvu