The Importance Of Patient Education

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Patient education
Today's patients are more educated, computer savvy, and much richer. It is essential to clear all their rightly or wrongly earned doubts with much patience and compassion. Patients have willingness to explain things as the most important criterion in selecting a physician. Many factors used in the study were reasonable fees, telephone access, friendly office, convenient appointments, and convenient location; the willingness to explain ..
The feedback given by the patient helps to improve the overall work of the physician, place, and also the system. Patient feedback can be obtained by patient questionnaires, follow-up phone calls, suggestion box, referral physician's survey, etc. It also help them improve the quality of patient perceptions of quality of care. The data can be used to design effective strategies to improve efficiency of care given to the patients
Care for the uninsured/underinsured
Having a large uninsured and
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There are some stress factors that can put physician-hospital relationships at risk:
Maintaining the reasonable compensation Weak financial reimbursement
Shortages of staff Maintaining clinical autonomy
Technology updates Managing their business
Upcoming consumer expectations Increasing consumer expectations
Constraints of capacity Malpractice premiums/business
Competition from niche Balance between professional and personal time clinical providers These factors keep physicians and hospitals at arm’s length or leverage greater coordination and integration, we highlight emerging best practices, particularly those initiated by hospitals themselves, to foster improved physician-hospital
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