Improved communication between a clinician and a patient, particularly in relation to recognizing patient emotion and responding to negative emotion, bring higher satisfaction, according to a study by the Duke University School of Medicine. Data have also linked good communication to improved outcomes, including better adherence to instructions.
Study: Improved clinician-patient communication brings higher satisfaction
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