Frist and Jain: Remove end-of-life conversations from politics

To improve end-of-life care, conversations about care preferences must be brought out of Washington, D.C., and returned to homes, hospitals and clinics, Drs. Bill Frist and Manoj Jain write. End-of-life care represents a quality of life question for patients, and better care that is patient-centered reduces costs, they write. Frist is a former majority leader of the Senate.

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