Sign up for our newsletter

As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by STUDYFINDS.ORG:

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Ever feel like your doctor is in a rush to get you out the door when you come in for a visit? You’re not just imagining things. A new study finds physicians give a patient an average of just 11 seconds to describe their issue before cutting them off.

Researchers from the University of Florida determined that for all the waiting we do after we arrive at a medical practitioner’s office, its the doctors who seem to have the least amount of patience. The study showed that just a third of physicians give patients adequate time to explain why they’re there.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Our results suggest that we are far from achieving patient-centered care,” says study co-author Naykky Singh Ospina in a release, adding that medical specialists proved to be in the biggest hurry, compared to primary care physicians.

To weigh in on this information provided by STUDYFINDS.ORG, engage in our LIVE CHAT below. Scroll down.

Sign up for our newsletter
Previous articleREPORT: Passengers complain of bedbugs on flights out of US airport (photos)
Next articleVIDEO: Al Sharpton: Cohen meeting me sends ‘a signal’ to Trump