Coaching, feedback help physicians reduce testing

08/9/2011 | Reuters

A University of Michigan study found that coaching on current guidelines and feedback from colleagues helped physicians reduce unnecessary tests for newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients. The study in the Journal of Urology suggested that fewer tests lower health care costs and benefit patients by protecting them from the risks of additional diagnostic procedures.

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