Programs help patients ask hard questions

Hospitals and organizations are renewing their efforts to convince patients to question medical personnel about everything from infection control to treatment. At New York's Beth Israel Medical Center, 53 providers contributed to a new "Questions Patients Need to Ask" book. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is offering $300 million to community programs aimed at getting consumers to become active participants in their care.

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