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Tests are routine but not always necessary

Respondents

Eric Last

Dana Deighton

Carly Flumer

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Making an appointment is the start

Respondents

Carly Flumer

Eric Last

Kimberly Richardson

Daniel G Garza

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The waiting room matters

Responses by

Eric Last

Carly Flumer

Daniel G Garza

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Doctors advised to send birthday cards

Responses by

Eric Last

Carly Flumer

Soojin Jun

Daniel G Garza

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The greeting sets the tone for the meeting

Respondents

Carly Flumer

Dr. Eric Last

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Consider what you wear when you are a doctor

Respondents

Daniel G Garza

BJ Miller

Eric Last

Carly Flumer

Dana Deighton

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A long wait in a doctor’s waiting room is unacceptable

Respondents

Dr. Eric last

Hala Durrah

BJ Miller

Dana Deighton

Mike Rabow

Daniel G Garza

Soojin Jun

Carly Flumer

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Scans and X-ray requests convey something to the patient

Respondents

Carly Flumer

BJ Miller

Eric Last

Mike Rabow

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A meeting between doctor and patient takes planning

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The respondents to this question have all previously been guests on the Health Design podcast.

Dr. Eric Last

Dr. Steve Trumble

Hala Durrah

Kimberly Richardson

Lesley Kailani Glenn

Carly Flumer

Rick Davis

Your doctor doesn’t know enough about you

In a new series for the Journal of Health Design I had the pleasure of asking my guests a series of questions following our previous conversations. This is the first of those questions.

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