shared decision-making

shared decision-making

Any negotiated agreement between a patient, her family, and health care professionals. Successful shared decision-making is dependent on the good will, rationality and competence of all parties.
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Mazzone and other experts, including the ACS, recommend engaging in shared decision-making with your doctor, carefully weighing the benefits, potential harms, and limitations of lung cancer screening.
-- The vast majority of women with menopausal symptoms who completed an online shared decision-making counseling session felt better prepared to discuss treatment options with their provider, a postintervention survey showed.
Key words and terms included prostate cancer screening, barriers, guidelines, benefits, harms, shared decision-making, risk factors, and provider attitudes in multiple combinations to capture the maximum number of results.
Lutz use creative leadership and pursue innovation in teaching and learning through collaborative and shared decision-making with all stakeholders.
Shared decision-making ensures that patients get 'the care they need and no less, the care they want, and no more' (Coulter & Collins, 2011).
"During shared decision-making, individuals aged 65 and older and their surrogates can be informed that, after intubation, the overall chance of survival and discharge to home after the index hospitalization is 24 percent," the authors write.
An overview of prostate cancer screening guidelines is offered, with a guide proposed to help providers implement the shared decision-making process with patients before screening.
The origin of the argument for shared decision-making (SDM) is rooted in respect for patient autonomy, stated simply as "nothing about me, without me." (1) SDM has also been promoted for its potential to improve healthcare resource utilization and cost.
a review of shared decision-making and patient decision aids around
In conjunction, Via Pathways' additional services include nurse triage and tracking of symptoms, cost information analytics used by oncologists and their patients in shared decision-making, quality reporting, and medical home tools for cancer centers.
In supporting the shared decision-making process, if further information is requested by the patient/caregiver regarding independent therapies or body access, the NSC will provide a tour of the home dialysis area and/or make appropriate referrals as required, for example, to the interdisciplinary team members.