How should a physician respond to a patient's pain when new opioid prescribing laws limit shared decision making?

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Abstract

This commentary responds to a case and examines pragmatic concerns about operating a busy outpatient practice in compliance with new laws that regulate opioid prescribing. Specifically, the article considers how regulating opioid prescribing can influence the therapeutic alliance in patient-physician relationships and how innovations in decision science can facilitate shared decision making given time constraints.

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Hjelmaas, A. J., & Vercler, C. J. (2019). How should a physician respond to a patient’s pain when new opioid prescribing laws limit shared decision making? AMA Journal of Ethics. American Medical Association. https://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2019.838

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