Doctors’ Scores on Communication Predict Complaints to Authorities
"We found that communication and clinical decision-making ability were important predictors of future complaints to regulatory authorities."
Patients who feel that their relationship with their doctors is lacking two-way communication will be especially interested in a JAMA article released today. Tamblyn et al concluded, “Scores achieved in patient-physician communication and clinical decision making on a national licensing examination predicted complaints to medical regulatory authorities.”
Find out more about this study and its implications in Doctors’ Scores on Communication Predict Complaints to Authorities.