Agreeing with the Patient

Only when the patient and physician agree that change is desired should goals and options be explored. Assessing the patient's motivation to change may be useful at this point, because appropriate interventions for those who are ready to change and for those who are not are likely to differ. For people with multiple behavioral risks, agreement is needed about which behavior change to focus on first. Physicians should partner with patients in considering the potential interventions. When patients are actively involved in making health care decisions, their choices are based on realistic expectations and are aligned with their own values.

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