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Patients don’t need quick diagnoses. They need accurate ones.

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Patients don’t need quick diagnoses. They need accurate ones.

"The patient knocking on your door is not your enemy. They’re sick. They’re scared. They’re in pain. They don’t know why, and they’re hoping for an answer. If you can’t…
April 14, 2021

Patients don’t need quick diagnoses. They need accurate ones.

“The patient knocking on your door is not your enemy. They’re sick. They’re scared. They’re in pain. They don’t know why, and they’re hoping for an answer. If you can’t find the source of a problem quickly, it doesn’t mean it’s not there.”

Denise Reich is a patient advocate.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “Patients don’t need quick diagnoses. They need accurate ones.” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/01/patients-dont-need-quick-diagnoses-they-need-accurate-ones.html)

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