Patient polls measure physicians' vital signs
A Washington nonprofit organization, Consumers' Checkbook, has created a new model for online doctor reviews that is designed to address their shortcomings. Instead of being based on blurbs that are self-selected and anonymous, this model uses surveys. Most of the survey questions focus on doctor-patient communication, and other questions address access to care.
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