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Putting the public back in public reporting of health care quality.
The Physician-as-Stakeholder: An Exploratory Qualitative Analysis of Physicians' Motivations for Using Shared Decision Making in the Emergency Department.
Predictors of the Use of Specific Critical Care Therapies in Patients With Metastatic Cancer.
The Diagnosis and Management of Patients with Renal Colic across a Sample of US Hospitals: High CT Utilization Despite Low Rates of Admission and Inpatient Urologic Intervention.
Primary care physicians' use of publicly reported quality data in hospital referral decisions.
Preventability and Causes of Readmissions in a National Cohort of General Medicine Patients.
A Qualitative Analysis of Patients' Perceptions of Shared Decision Making in the Emergency Department: "Let Me Know I Have a Choice".
A Qualitative Analysis of Attending Physicians' Use of Shared Decision-Making: Implications for Resident Education.
The Effect of Shared Decisionmaking on Patients' Likelihood of Filing a Complaint or Lawsuit: A Simulation Study.
Patient Perception of How Smoking Status Influences Cardiac Rehabilitation Attendance After an Acute Cardiac Hospitalization.
Physician-identified barriers to and facilitators of shared decision-making in the Emergency Department: an exploratory analysis.
Association of Patient and Visit Characteristics With Rate and Timing of Urologic Procedures for Patients Discharged From the Emergency Department With Renal Colic.
Shared Decision Making in Patients With Suspected Uncomplicated Ureterolithiasis: A Decision Aid Development Study.
Informing Healthcare Decisions with Observational Research Assessing Causal Effect. An Official American Thoracic Society Research Statement.
Feasibility and efficacy of a decision aid for emergency department patients with suspected ureterolithiasis: protocol for an adaptive randomized controlled trial.