Fast Fact: Decision Making With Doctors
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""Hey there, February is Black History month! Our Deaf Health and Quality of Life Center did a survey and found that black deaf individuals were likely to be less involved in making decisions with their doctors compared to hearing black individuals. What does shared decision making mean? It’s a process where medical professionals and patients work together to make decisions and decide on what tests, treatments, and care to pursue. Shared decision allows patients and providers agree on a treatment plan TOGETHER and strengthens your relationship with your doctor! Next time you go to the doctor, discuss your issues and concerns - your health is important!"

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