Telling the patient no
Patients are not used to hearing the word "no" from their hospital or physician-but they will have to start getting used to it. When the discussion takes place about the need for expensive tests or procedures that perhaps don't follow evidence-based guidelines, such conversations will be novel for a number of physicians and hospitals as they start to take on a bigger role in reducing waste and inefficiency in healthcare.
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