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The Most Important Factor in a Doctor-Patient Relationship is…

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Our editorial advisory board shares their answers to an eternal question in medicine.

Physicians having a strong relationship with their patients is vital to the practice's success. If the relationship between the two sides is irreparably fractured, there is little chance of the patient getting healthier. It's not just physicians either, any person that interacts with the patient in your practice should have a good relationship with them.What's the most important factor to creating a successful relationship between the doctor and patients? Experts could debate this question for days. Our editorial advisory board let us know what they think.(Share your thoughts by tweeting us @PhysiciansPract or emailing editor@physicianspractice.com)

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