Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Deliberating the pros and cons of medical evidence to govern treatment decisions increases the public’s willingness to limit patient choices, especially when those choices can harm the individual or the larger community, according to an AIR study published in the ...

Monday, April 20, 2015

Health insurance is among the most complicated and costly products that consumers buy. Lacking health insurance-related knowledge and skills—or health insurance literacy—puts people at risk of choosing an insurance product that could fail to provide needed...

Monday, November 18, 2013

In the search for solutions to increasing health care costs, lagging quality, and sub-optimal population health outcomes, patient and family engagement is an area of critical importance. As we look to the future, moving the field of patient and family...

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Public deliberation—a way to capture in-depth perspectives on controversial issues—effectively provides informed public views on complex health policy issues, such as the role of medical evidence in treatment decisions, according to new AIR study published in

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