What's your practice style?
San Francisco Chronicle, March 13, 2008
In this San Francisco Chronicle article, Jan Gurley, MD, writes that while many people choose their doctor based on intelligence, medical training or kindness, they should also consider doctor "style." Doctor style is the variability in responses to the same clinical issue among competent physicians, Gurley says, and can mean the difference between life and death.
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