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Perspectives on implementing an ambulatory age-friendly health system pilot project

      The engagement of patients in treatment decision processes should become a fundamental element in the cancer journey [
      • Rocque G.
      • Miller-Sonnet E.
      • Balch A.
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      Engaging multidisciplinary stakeholders to drive shared decision-making in oncology.
      ]. Organizational level change can begin within pilot clinics that review processes, develop a systematic method for improvement, and identify and include key stakeholders and patients in the process change.

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