When doctors respond to their patients with empathy instead of complex medical talk, they are more likely to receive crucial information that can lead to better patient outcomes, improved patient satisfaction, and reduced doctor burnout, according to a new study.

When doctors respond to their patients with empathy instead of complex medical talk, they are more likely to receive crucial information that can lead to better patient outcomes, improved patient satisfaction, and reduced doctor burnout, according to a new study.
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