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Original Investigation | May 18, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Informed Decision Making for PCI

This analysis of recorded conversations between patients with known or suspected stable coronary disease and cardiologists at outpatient practices characterizes the quality of informed decision making and its association with patient decisions.
Editorial: Addressing Overuse of Medical Services One Decision at a Time

Original Investigation | May 18, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Clinically Relevant Adverse Cardiac Events in Chest Pain

This study uses electronic health record data from 3 community teaching institutions to investigate the incidence of clinically relevant adverse cardiac events in patients hospitalized for chest pain.
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Review | May 18, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Tools to Promote Shared Decision Making in Serious Illness

This systematic review of communication and decision making tools summarizes the quality of evidence supporting the tools, their effect on outcomes, and their accessibility for clinicians.

Original Investigation | May 11, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Mediterranean Diet and Cognitive Decline

This randomized clinical trial found that a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or nuts is associated with improved cognitive function in older people.
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Nondisclosure Agreements in Medical Malpractice Settlements

This study describes the frequency of use and the nature of nondisclosure provisions in medical malpractice settlements in the University of Texas system between 2001 and 2012.
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