AHRQ urges patients to quiz their doctors
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has launched a campaign aimed at getting Americans to research and ask questions of their healthcare providers. The public service announcements are meant to prompt people not only to ask questions but also to think about what those questions might be ahead of time, says Carolyn Clancy, director of AHRQ.
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