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Saying ‘no’ to patient requests lowers physician ratings, study finds

When doctors deny special requests from patients they often see their satisfaction levels drop, according to a new study. Patients who ask for referrals to specialists, laboratory tests or certain medications and have their requests denied tend to be less satisfied with their physicians, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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