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More patients share decision-making, but gaps remain

Patients say health care providers increasingly engage them in decision-making, but more than 30% of patients responding to the survey said their provider did not always listen well, and more than 40% were dissatisfied with the amount of time their health care provider spent with them. The survey results, published in the Annals of Family Medicine, showed lower rates of shared decision-making among patients in poor health and when the patient's and provider's race or ethnicity differed.

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