You will encounter a vast range of personalities and temperaments, so you will need to be equipped adjust accordingly and play damage control when necessary.Though relationships of any kind take two, “The basis of trust in the patient-clinician relationship is a fiduciary obligation to protect, respect, and heal vulnerable patients.The bottom line is the doctor-patient relationship requires just as much maintenance as the physical health of a patient.

For example, when a physician doesn’t have to worry about executing all the mechanics of the job, he/she can devote more time to personalizing each patient’s care.

says, “So perhaps one of the most powerful effects of artificial intelligence will be, perversely, to make healthcare more human and personal.

Maintaining a positive dynamic between physicians and clients is about much more than good bedside manners—it has the potential to improve or diminish the health of all involved, as well as the efficacy of the health care system as a whole.

Thus, it is so important for young doctors to prepare themselves for the various situations they may find themselves in and learn ways to foster a healthy dynamic.

It will remove the dependency on doctors’ fallible memory and incomplete knowledge, and free them to use machine-generated information to work with patients to shape their specific treatment.” .

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