Physicians say it’s growing harder to tell patients to avoid low-value care

(By Emily Rappleye for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Although the majority of physicians say they are comfortable telling patients why certain tests and procedures are not worth the cost or could be avoided, they feel these discussions are increasingly difficult to have, according to a survey published in Health Affairs. Continue reading article here…

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