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Patients Dissatisfied with Denial of Requests

A new study in the JAMA Internal Medicine finds that doctors who deny patient requests get a lower satisfaction rating. So reports Fierce Healthcare.

Whether the patient wants a referral to specialists, a certain laboratory test or medication, denying that request will lead to the patient rating their satisfaction with the doctor lower.

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