Preference-based care is transforming the patient-clinician relationship.
In a traditional management model physicians make treatment decisions, while
in the preference-based paradigm patients choose the treatments that best
conform to their values.1,2 The
preference model fulfills a fundamental tenet of high-quality care—that
the patient should be involved in decisions concerning the care process.3,4
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