Many doctors feel that the presence of another person in the exam room will have a negative impact on the physician-patient relationship and is antithetical to their training. ... Many doctors feel that the presence of another person in the room will
At least not in the context of a strong physician-patient relationship. ... In such instances patient satisfaction was lower. This is not surprising when one study categorized the quality of physician responses to patient information requests as follows:.
But what if a patient asks? A recent op-ed in the Washington Post discussed whether it's appropriate for physicians and patients to discuss politics. ... But the discussion could antagonize patients and/or negatively affect the physician/patient
supervision. Most important, the extended hospital shifts were the time for residents and patients to bond--developing the critical doctor-patient relationship and designing a collaborative plan of care. ... When we emphasize the patient and the
Increasingly, however, the physician-patient relationship is being supplanted by the economic demands of a medical machine.”. ... So Donald spent 4 months saying goodbye to some patients, arranging a new physician to see them, and recruiting some
Stopping the physician-patient relationship can be seen as abandonment if not done properly. ... Missed appointments, chronic lateness, drug-seeking behavior, belligerent attitudes and refusal of treatment can strain a physician-patient relationship to
Of the respondents, 855 (30.7%, percentage adjusted for sampling strategy) reported having a physician source of opioids. ... This suggests that public health efforts to mitigate nonmedical opioid use that occurs outside the sphere of the
Readers weigh in on the physician-patient relationship and difficulties of health insurance. ... It is difficult not to sound too old-fashioned, but I also believe in the essential role of the physician-patient relationship.
per day and our panel sizes to the point where many (including myself) feel that quality of care and the patient-physician relationship is compromised. ... to protect the personal aspects of the physician-patient relationship.
Physicians cannot record that a patient owns a gun into a medical record. ... Now, the nature of the physician-patient relationship is at risk, a lawyer representing the physicians told Medical News Today.