In dealing with dissatisfied patients, clinicians should acknowledge the complaint, find out what went wrong, and try to fix it, recommends physician Stephen H. Hanson. Clearly set expectations and don't promise solutions that are unlikely, adds administrative director Leann DiDomenico.
Clear expectations, communication can ease patient dissatisfaction
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