There has been an increased focus on literature pertaining to patient-centric care in the years after the start of the COVID pandemic. The paradigm of patient-centric care involves shifting the focus of medical and surgical care from traditional ideals of optimal outcomes to outcomes which are most beneficial from a more holistic patient perspective. Theoretically, this focus can lead to optimized outcomes, higher patient satisfaction, and reduced resource utilization.
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