Harmonized decision-making can help rein in costs, deliver more effective care


Article: If a loved one needed surgery, would you feel comfortable having them check into their nearest hospital?
It would likely be the most convenient option. But the hospital 20 miles away might have a reputation for considering less invasive options. And the hospital 60 miles away might have more satisfied patients and better outcomes.

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