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Unlike goods, which are concrete and easily quantified, services are intangible processes that are produced and consumed concurrently. Health care is a service that can encourage optimal health outcomes only through meaningful, collaborative partnerships between patients and clinicians. Co-production of health services can be used as a means to rethink how health care is delivered not only in the context of face-toface encounters in which the benefits of working together are obvious, but alsodoi:10.1001/journalofethics.2017.19.11.pfor1-1711 pmid:29168684 fatcat:je6kerhtk5g37iokazfmytwr3i