Study finds end-of-life conversations with nonclinical worker bring patient satisfaction, lower costs

The findings suggest that patients with a serious illness are more at ease with decisions about their care when they discuss their care preferences with someone outside the medical context, according to Stanford researchers.

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Study finds end-of-life conversations with nonclinical worker bring patient satisfaction, lower costs

The findings suggest that patients with a serious illness are more at ease with decisions about their care when they discuss their care preferences with someone outside the medical context, according to Stanford researchers.

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