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Victoria Soto

Rekindling the joy in healthcare
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"Worlds Best Doctors" www.vsotomedlaw.com/book
 

The manners you learned as a kid could save your career as a physician. In World’s Best Doctors, she reveals how doctors can incorporate good behavioral patterns to build even more successful careers, a skill that is often overlooked in the medical profession. By making a point to be kind and respectful while caring for patients, Soto says it’s possible to avoid negative feelings that might lead to litigation.

“Victoria dissects out and brings to light the root of problems that can arise for physicians and advises how to recognize our flaws to prevent complaints and lawsuits. She offers advice from the perspective of a former prosecutor of physicians. If you have ever been accused of malpractice or subject to a board complaint or you want to be proactive and prevent one, then this book is for you. Victoria is faith based and exudes this in her writings, and her own words state it best: ‘Truth and humility will prevail.’ This book will help give you the same peace of mind she offers her clients.”

 

—John Ribeiro, MD, Texas

 

"World’s Best Doctors gives health-care providers a fresh way to look at applying a concept that is as old as the practice of medicine—having a good bedside manner. This book is enlightening, fun, and reflective at the same time. It shows the reader that having or cultivating a good bedside manner can go a long way in better patient care and satisfaction and can lead to a better relationship with fellow physicians and hospital staff, making for a more fulfilled and successful practice and career. It is a must-read for those wanting to work in medicine today."

 

—Vernon F. Williams, MD, author of Grow Younger Like Me

 

 

“The ‘coarsening of American society’ influences every sector of endeavor, including the medical profession. Victoria Soto has written a valuable tool to establish healthy physician and patient interactions—certainly a needed positive in today’s culture as well as a means to reduce the risk of unnecessary litigation. This book should be a must-read for students and practitioners in the medical profession and beyond.”

 

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