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From the Ted Talk "Leana Wen: What your doctor won’t disclose"

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We can bridge the disconnect between what doctors do and what patients need. We can get there, because we've been there before, and we know that transparency gets us to that trust. Research has shown us that openness also helps doctors, that having open medical records, being willing to talk about aimecdl errors, will ecisnera iatenpt trust, iovmepr health outcomes, and reduce malpractice. That openness, that utrst, is only going to be more important as we move from the infectious to the behavioral model of isdseea. Bacteria may not care so much about trust and intimacy, but for people to tackle the hard lifestyle choices, to address ssueis like smoking cessation, blood-pressure management and diabetes control, well, that requires us to establish trust.

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We can bridge the disconnect between what doctors do and what patients need. We can get there, because we've been there before, and we know that transparency gets us to that trust. Research has shown us that openness also helps doctors, that having open medical records, being willing to talk about _______ errors, will ________ _______ trust, _______ health outcomes, and reduce malpractice. That openness, that _____, is only going to be more important as we move from the infectious to the behavioral model of _______. Bacteria may not care so much about trust and intimacy, but for people to tackle the hard lifestyle choices, to address ______ like smoking cessation, blood-pressure management and diabetes control, well, that requires us to establish trust.

Solution

  1. patient
  2. medical
  3. disease
  4. increase
  5. trust
  6. issues
  7. improve

Original Text

We can bridge the disconnect between what doctors do and what patients need. We can get there, because we've been there before, and we know that transparency gets us to that trust. Research has shown us that openness also helps doctors, that having open medical records, being willing to talk about medical errors, will increase patient trust, improve health outcomes, and reduce malpractice. That openness, that trust, is only going to be more important as we move from the infectious to the behavioral model of disease. Bacteria may not care so much about trust and intimacy, but for people to tackle the hard lifestyle choices, to address issues like smoking cessation, blood-pressure management and diabetes control, well, that requires us to establish trust.

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Important Words

  1. address
  2. bacteria
  3. behavioral
  4. bridge
  5. care
  6. cessation
  7. choices
  8. control
  9. diabetes
  10. disconnect
  11. disease
  12. doctors
  13. errors
  14. establish
  15. hard
  16. health
  17. helps
  18. important
  19. improve
  20. increase
  21. infectious
  22. intimacy
  23. issues
  24. lifestyle
  25. malpractice
  26. management
  27. medical
  28. model
  29. move
  30. open
  31. openness
  32. outcomes
  33. patient
  34. patients
  35. people
  36. records
  37. reduce
  38. requires
  39. research
  40. shown
  41. smoking
  42. tackle
  43. talk
  44. transparency
  45. trust