Patients want physicians to communicate with each other

04/12/2010 | United Press International

Physicians should communicate with each other better, according to 75% of adults age 50 and older who responded to a survey. Data also showed 76% of those considered heavy users of health care said they had left a physician's office or hospital confused about health care instructions.

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