“Conversations among physicians, patients and loved ones is the standard of care,” said Wayne J. Riley, president of the American College of Physicians, which represents internists. He said the group is pleased that Medicare “has recognized what the medical community is doing to address the needs and requests made by patients and their loved ones.”
“Conversations among physicians, patients and loved ones is the standard of care,” said Wayne J. Riley, president of the American College of Physicians, which represents internists. He said the group is pleased that Medicare “has recognized what the medical community is doing to address the needs and requests made by patients and their loved ones.” Corbis
“Conversations among physicians, patients and loved ones is the standard of care,” said Wayne J. Riley, president of the American College of Physicians, which represents internists. He said the group is pleased that Medicare “has recognized what the medical community is doing to address the needs and requests made by patients and their loved ones.” Corbis

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