The eroding trust between patients and physicians
from Medical Economics
For decades, physicians were among the most respected professionals in the U.S. But that’s changing. Patients’ trust in their doctors and healthcare in general is declining and the consequences go beyond physicians’ lowered status. A lack of trust can lead to decreased patient compliance, worse outcomes, corrosive physician-patient interactions and physician burnout.
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