Docs' Sensitivity to Patients' Feelings Tied to Good Outcomes
"Bedside manner" really does seem to matter. Patients with empathetic doctors have better outcomes and are less likely to experience complications, according to a new study.
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#1 Sep 14, 2012
This is the absolute truth. I actually had a doctor come in to my hospital room and say that I deserved to suffer because I smoked at the time. Needless to say she was fired by me on the sopt and I got a decent doctor.
Since: Aug 12
#2 Sep 14, 2012
OMG that's all I can say!!! Glad you fired him
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