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How successful is your practice at meeting the needs of diverse patients? These 10 tips can help you improve.
May 2002 Issue
Does Health Habit Advice Affect Patient Satisfaction? [Improving Patient Care]
The article will explore how patients feel about and respond to health habit counseling provided by their family physician, relying on data from the Direct Observation of Primary Care study.
Being courteous to patients and staff can increase satisfaction with the practice, make the work environment more pleasant and decrease stress levels, and it doesn't cost a thing.
Here’s how to assess and improve the level of service your practice is currently providing.
Compassionate care will help them even if they never lose a pound.
Looking at your system through the eyes of a patient will help you understand what you need.
Every practice has at least one. Here's how to reduce irritation and improve outcomes.
The article, part of a series based on research from the Direct Observation of Primary Care Study, will the effects of high-volume practice on patient care.
You'll not only have more satisfied patients and better compliance, but you'll also be compensated for your services.