Survey: Patients don't feel their doctors are compassionate
from Medical Economics
A new survey shows that patients believe their physicians are not showing empathy during office visits. The survey was performed by The Orsini Way, a communications training company that focuses on teaching healthcare professionals new techniques to improve outcomes and patient satisfaction. According to the data, 71% of respondents said they've experienced a lack of compassion when speaking with a physician and 73% said they always or often feel rushed by their doctor.
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