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Obstacles arise to use of patient-centered care (access required)

  Patient-centered care has emerged as a major common goal across the health care industry. By empowering patients to play an active role in their care and assume a pivotal role with their physician in developing an individualized treatment plan to meet their health care needs, this care model can increase patients’ satisfaction with provided services ...

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