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MaineHealth Hosting Shared Decision Making Conference May 17th

MaineHealth, a demonstration site of the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation, will be hosting a conference on May 17th, featuring national and local experts on shared decision making (SDM). Attendees will have the opportunity to attend a number of sessions on topics such as end of life care, risk communication, decision aids, patient engagement and preference-sensitive care. Continue reading
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MaineHealth Hosts its First Conference Dedicated to Shared Decision Making

Last week, MaineHealth, an Informed Medical Decisions Foundation demonstration site, held its first conference dedicated to shared decision making (SDM). The conference, entitled “Shared Decision Making: The Patient Voice in Health Care,” featured presentations from national and local experts on SDM, and focused on bringing the patient perspective into the health care delivery system. Continue reading
Posted in Current News | Tagged communicating risk, decision aids, e-Patient Dave, end of life care, John Wennberg, MaineHealth, patient engagement, preference-sensitive care, shared decision making, unwarranted variation | Permalink