Shared decision-making boosts patient outcomes, leads to higher satisfaction rates

"Patients who were the most knowledgeable about their condition and who were given their preferred treatment were considered to have made informed, patient-centered decisions, and that group had higher scores for overall and disease-specific quality of life after six months, according to the study."

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