'Informed Decision' May Irk Surgeons as It Cuts Costs, Improves Quality



The notion of an informed shared medical decision made by patients advised by primary care physicians and others could hurt fee-for-service specialists' and hospitals' revenue by reducing volume. But it could greatly improve quality of care and the health of the healthcare dollar.


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