Survey: Errors -- real or imagined -- lead to patients switching doctors

09/15/2010 | Reuters

About one in six North Carolina patients surveyed believed their physician had made a diagnosis or treatment error, and one in seven of that group switched doctors because of it, a survey found. Researchers said that in some cases it did not appear the physician had done anything wrong but noted it may have been a communication problem.

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