doctor-patient interaction

The doctor-patient interplay which comprises the social aspects of a confidential relationship shared by physician and patients. Each ‘player’ in the dyad has an appropriate role

doctor-patient interaction

The doctor-patient interplay comprises the social aspects of a confidential relationship shared by physician and Pts. See Bedside manner.
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With the launch of its clinical network, Health Gorilla will change the game by adding connectivity across the entire doctor-patient interaction -- from providing accurate clinical records at the point of care, to sharing information and results across the care circle, to empowering consumers to proactively manage their own health.
While other studies have addressed the role of verbal communication and race in doctor-patient interaction, Stepanikova's study is the first to look at nonverbal communication and race in older patients.
Current medical practice suffers from ills that range from limited time for doctor-patient interaction to poor patient compliance, agreed Kirk Schueler, chief executive officer of MyDocOnline Inc.
Current medical practice suffers from a number of ills, ranging from limited time for doctor-patient interaction to poor patient compliance, agreed Kirk Schueler, chief executive officer of MyDocOnline Inc.
This book is based on the same approach and intent to draw the lines of a social history of therapeutics, at the crossroads of the history of medical knowledge, medical professionalisation and doctor-patient interaction.
In its commonly understood sense, in which a doctor-patient interaction involves telecommunication, it goes back at least to the use of ship to shore radio for giving medical advice to sea captains.
medical societies, said it and more than 30 medical-mal-practice carriers--representing more than 70% of the insured physicians in the United States--created the eRisk Working Group for Healthcare to gather and disseminate information and guidelines on Internet-based doctor-patient interaction.
WorldCare, which does not allow unmediated doctor-patient interaction, offers services like patient-management consultations and 24-hour teleradiology, as well as clinical trial support and continuing medical education.
Initial expectations of the doctor-patient interaction as a factor in continuance in psychotherapy.
In addition to the use of decision counselors, Pierce would like to see treatment information and doctor-patient interaction better tailored to each patient's style of decision-making.
In addition, there are significant differences in the doctor-patient interaction in comparison to patients with rheumatoid arthritis, who are also treated by rheumatologists.
Washington, May 15 (ANI): Examining the feasibility and effectiveness of doctor-patient interaction through videoconferencing, a study has shown that such virtual doctor visits are similar to face-to-face visits on most measures.