Tipping Their Hand. AAMC Wants Physicians to Disclose Conflicts of Interest to Patients
Modern healthcare 2010 Jul 5; 40(27): 6-7, 14, 1
The Association of American Medical Colleges has released a report on clinical-care conflicts of interest and what physicians should disclose to patients. While some doctors are concerned that such reporting would be perceived as negative, others think it's a good idea. "If you ask them (patients) what they wanted to know about their doctors' conflicts, the majority want to know a lot," says Guy Chisolm of the Cleveland Clinic, left.
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