Working with a scribe significantly improves physicians' overall satisfaction, satisfaction with chart quality and accuracy, and charting efficiency.
Most patients are using online reviews as a first step to finding a new doctor, and physicians should be proactive in asking patients for feedback either at the end of the visit or through online communication.
Many patients record office visits, often listening back to the tapes themselves or sharing with their caregiver.
Patients who were able to read visit notes and submit feedback highlighted personal, relational, and safety benefits.
Despite lower reported effectiveness for labor pain, the degree of patient satisfaction in women who received nitrous oxide is similar to that of women who received neuraxial modalities.
For patients with chronic pain receiving opioids, provider satisfaction is not associated with functional outcomes.
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