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What to Do If Your Doctor or Other Provider Insults You

What to Do If Your Doctor or Other Provider Insults You

If you feel as if your provider has insulted you, there may be some steps you need to take. Providers, like your doctor, nurse, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant, medical assistant, even the billing clerk or receptionist in your doctor's office or the hospital, are professionals, but they are people, too. You may feel insulted by something they have said or done, feeling as if judgment has been passed on you that is unfair and should not have been passed.

10 Things to Stop Doing If You Want to Be an Empowered Patient

10 Things to Stop Doing If You Want to Be an Empowered Patient

Everyone seems to love "Top 10" Lists. So, with hats off to David Letterman, here are the Top 10 Things to Stop Doing if You Want to Be an Empowered Patient (in no particular order of importance - stop doing them all!)

Questions to ask about tests, screenings, and scans

Questions to ask about tests, screenings, and scans

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Doctors Complaints About Patients' Behavior

Doctors Complaints About Patients' Behavior

Here Are Some Possible Reasons for Denial of Care. There are a handful of reasons why doctors might not want to treat a particular patient. Some are based on the patient's behavior, while some are based on the doctor's biases. They often result in denial of medical care -- rejecting a patient and not providing the care that patient needs.

Patient Education - Can You Know Too Much?

Patient Education - Can You Know Too Much?

Being An Informed Patient Is Not A Substitute For Trusting Your Doctor. Can You Know Too Much? Patient education is vital to good health care

How to Repair Your Relationship With Your Doctor

How to Repair Your Relationship With Your Doctor

The goal of any patient-doctor relationship should be one of mutual respect and collaboration, working together to achieve your best possible medical outcomes. Most of the time that is exactly what happens. But sometimes the relationship goes awry, and that may require repairing the patient-doctor relationship.

How to Deal with an Arrogant Doctor

How to Deal with an Arrogant Doctor

His Ego May Get in the Way of Good Care Many of us have encountered an arrogant or egotistical doctor. He or she comes across as mightier-than-thou, seems brusque, superior or conceited, as if we are supposed to feel lucky simply to be in this person's presence, or fearful enough that we had better not cross him.

How to Improve a Doctor's Bedside Manner

How to Improve a Doctor's Bedside Manner

An article in the New York Times asked, "Can Bedside Manner Be Taught?" The question was posed as an acknowledgement that bedside manner, that compassionate and benevolent side of a doctor's personality, seems too often to be missing in the doctor-patient relationship.

What Information is Available Online to Help You Choose a Doctor?

What Information is Available Online to Help You Choose a Doctor?

There are many different kinds of websites and applications that can help you learn more about a doctor before you commit to becoming his or her patient.

How to Find a Doctor Online

How to Find a Doctor Online

Accuracy, Credibility, Misinformation or Pitfalls Can you choose a doctor by doing research online? Or can you learn more about your own doctor by checking her out on the web? The answer is: Yes and no.

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