Experts urge physicians to talk with patients about costs

10/18/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A perspective piece in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests physicians should discuss out-of-pocket medical costs with patients during clinical visits. Discussing costs is uncommon but allows patients to opt for less costly alternatives and participate in conversations about the costs and benefits of treatment.

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