Patient-centered care is needed at end-of-life, researchers say

03/21/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Patient-centered care at the end of life reduces health costs and ensures patients get the type of care they want while reducing distress without negatively affecting survival, University of California, Los Angeles, researchers wrote in JAMA Surgery. Dr. Jonathan Bergman and colleagues said policy changes that emphasize patient-centered care are needed in Medicare and in medical training curricula.

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