Careful assessment of patient needs can reduce costs in end-of-life care

Cautious evaluation of affected person wants can cut back prices in end-of-life care

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Decision-makers can manage high expenditures as deaths increase and improve patient experience if they understand what drives end-of-life costs and if services find a better balance between treating disease and managing symptoms, according to a new policy brief in which Trinity researchers made significant contributions. The brief, “Health and social care…