An anonymous Rocky Mountain tertiary care facility in the US used structured dialogue as a physician-led, data-driven process to help physicians articulate their collective, patient-centred self-interest in an organised, coherent way. The hospital had set up a Medical Advisory Panel’s (MAP) to facilitate the structured dialogue process. To help him save on supply costs the CEO sought the services of the MAP. Working with an interdisciplinary supply cost reduction group, the panel saved more th...

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