(Reuters Health) – Nearly three quarters of Americans don’t care about the religious affiliation of their hospital or healthcare network, but an equal number say they expect their healthcare preferences to take priority over the facility’s religious doctrine, a new study finds.
Patients don’t care about provider religious ties, expect all needed care
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