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In the outpatient setting, understanding patient behavior and motivations is key to achieving cooperation in diagnosis and treatment. Three CRICO-insured physicians share their techniques and challenges communicating with patients. HINT: it’s personal.

3 minutes 40 seconds

For more commentary on communication, refer to Insights: Can We Talk?

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