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April 30, 2015 · Leave a Comment

For Empathic Decision Making

By Victor M. Montori Victor M. Montori (@manosin)

By Victor M Montori, Ian Hargraves, Annie LeBlanc Policymakers fashionably prescribe shared decision making for patients who face fateful decisions. These patients have two or more medically reasonable courses of action that differ in important aspects. The extent to which these aspects differ in ways that matter to each individual patient justifies patient involvement in […]

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Tags: empathc, Mayo Clinic, Montori, sdm, shared-decision making

April 16, 2015 · Leave a Comment

Increasing patient engagement with shared decision making

By Victor M. Montori Victor M. Montori (@manosin)

From Gaby Loria, medical market researcher for Software Advice Physicians hoping to boost patient engagement in their practices can take heart in the findings of our recent survey report on shared decision making. In our report, 386 U.S. patients shared their thoughts on shared decision making (SDM), including how SDM can improve their experience at […]

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Tags: electronic medical records, KER Unit, Mayo Clinic, Montori, patient engagement, sdm, shared decision making

October 31, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Making a case for patient-centered care

By Victor M. Montori Victor M. Montori (@manosin)

During the period 2013-2014, authors in the KER UNIT have published JAMA viewpoints that have expressed our philosophy of clinical care and research. In June 2013, Hassan Murad and I wrote a viewpoint paper called Synthesizing Evidence: shifting the focus from individual studies to the body of evidence. In this article, we pointed out five […]

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Tags: Chris del Mar, decision aids, evidence based medicine, Hassan Murad, Henry Ting, International Shared Decision Making Conference, International Society for Evidence-based Healthcare, Jaun Pablo Brito, KER Unit, minimally disruptive medicine, Montori, patient-centered care

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