"I lost my faith in my normal provider, he dismissed what I had to say, he did not notice, he did not allow me to be a partner in my healthcare knowing what I know and experiencing what I experience."

June 17, 2020 | 18m 00s

This storyteller describes his experience with patient provider communication and the importance of listening to what patients are saying.

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60 - 69
Some college or 2-year degree
Bones, Joints and Muscles; Ear, Nose and Throat; Mouth and Teeth; COVID-19
COVID-19; Infections, Injuries and Wounds; Obesity
Experiencing symptoms; Finding out a diagnosis; Being treated; Communicating with doctors and nurses; Making decisions about the right health care or treatment for you; Describing how easy or hard it has been for you to get the health care you need; COVID 19
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