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Creating a culture for change: Lessons from behavioral economics and complexity science to increase serious illness conversations for patients with cancer.

Patient-centered cancer care requires communication between patients and clinicians about patients' goals, values, and preferences. Serious illness communication improves patient and caregiver outcomes, the value and quality of cancer care, and the well-being of clinicians. Despite these benefits, there are competing factors including time, capacity, bandwidth, and resistance. Health systems and oncology practices have opportunities to invest in pathways that assist patients and clinicians to engage in serious illness conversations. We discuss how applying insights from behavioral economics and complexity science may help clinicians engage in serious illness conversation and improve patient-centered cancer care.

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