How would you rate [Mark’s] experience of being involved in making
decisions about his health care or treatment?
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I am now going to read you stories about people's experiences with health care services. I wanted you to think about these people's experiences as if they were your own. Once I have finished reading each story, I will ask you to rate what happened in th estory as very good, good, moderate, bad or very bad.
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[Mark] had a serious health problem. The doctor prescribed the best treatment for Mark but without telling him the implications on his quality of life or the
cost. [Mark] felt powerless and was not given any information to help him to feel more in control.