Better patient-centered care reduces mortality risk

07/22/2010 | Center for Advancing Health

A study of hospitalized veterans found those who received better patient-centered care had a 1% lower risk of death one year after a heart attack. Researchers considered factors such as access to providers, courtesy, care coordination, patient preferences and discharge planning.

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