Docs' Sensitivity to Patients' Feelin...

Docs' Sensitivity to Patients' Feelings Tied to Good Outcomes

There are 2 comments on the Mental Help Net story from Sep 13, 2012, titled Docs' Sensitivity to Patients' Feelings Tied to Good Outcomes. In it, Mental Help Net reports that:

"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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Sheik Yerbouti

Richmond, IN

#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

Grand Blanc, MI

#2 Sep 14, 2012
OMG that's all I can say!!! Glad you fired him

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