Shared decision making--pinnacle of patient-centered care.

@article{Barry2012SharedDM,
  title={Shared decision making--pinnacle of patient-centered care.},
  author={Michael J. Barry and Susan Edgman-Levitan},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={366 9},
  pages={
          780-1
        }
}
The most important attribute of patient-centered care is the active engagement of patients when fateful health care decisions must be made — when they arrive at a crossroads of medical options, where diverging paths have different and important consequences. 

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