An interesting article on how patients are often asked to make healthcare decisions in the face of ‘avoidable ignorance’. And how, for some highly integrated provider organizations like Group Health, shared decision-making has been a critical piece of their patient education programs for elective surgeries for years.
The Importance of Patient Education Programs for Shared-Decision Making
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