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Docs' Biggest Medical Regrets

We'd like to only remember the good things we've done in life and forget the bad, but that's not how our minds work. Everyone lives with a few regrets from their personal lives and careers. We asked a few doctors to share some of their biggest regrets in medicine.

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Patient Relations

In the rush of daily practice it is easy to miss what patients are feeling. But often just a few minutes of mindful attention can make all the difference.

Keeping physicians in good physical and mental shape improves patient care and maximizes income for practices. Here are eight ways to prevent burnout.

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In the era of qualitative analysis, one doctor says that a physician-patient cannot be gauged by statistical measures. These measures miss the point.

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In order to improve customer satisfaction to attract and retain patients, practices can take these three basic steps.

Medical practices must make it a point to periodically review payer websites and make sure that their information is correct.

Patients can sometimes be vague when talking about how they reacted to a medication a doctor has prescribed.

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Email is a simple way for physicians to improve care and lower costs for their patients. Yet, most claim that patients don't want to interact this way.

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