Doctors Spending More Time with Patients See Better Medical Outcomes, Research Says
New research included in the book "Compassionomics" shows that health outcomes improve when doctors are more compassionate and spend more time with patients. It also makes the doctor happier in his or her work — helping lower the possibility of burnout.
Doctor Christopher Trojanovich is a physician with MDVIP, where there are no set time limits on appointments. It's a national network of nearly 1,000 doctors following a philosophy of patients first, no matter what.