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Body Language and Changing Healthcare Practices

Wouldn't it be great to be able to recognize if somebody was telling you the truth? Or what if you could decode the hidden messages while dating? Or if you're a public speaker, the skills of knowing if your message was well-received?  Then there are those of you that simply want to be able to watch celebrity interviews or depositions, and know if that person is being truthful.

Our guest today is behavior and body language expert Scott Rouse, and he has critiqued the body language of politicians, celebrities, criminals, and serial killers. In addition, he's been recently creating the patient engagement loop, where he helps healthcare professionals with nonverbal keys to make patients happier and attain a better treatment outcome.

Scott holds multiple certificates and advanced interrogation skills, and he's been trained alongside the FBI, Secret Service, US Military Intelligence, and the Department of Defense. His advanced skills and nonverbal communication have made him the go-to expert for many Fortune 500 CEOs, doctors, attorneys, and executives.

He talks with Dr. Friedman about watching out for single shoulder shrug, analyzing body language and responses, and the patient engagement loop.
Body Language and Changing Healthcare Practices
Scott Rouse
Scott Rouse is a behavior analyst and body language expert with a focus on healthcare. He holds multiple certificates in advanced interrogation training and has been trained alongside the FBI, Secret Service, U.S. Military Intelligence, and Dept. of defense.

His extensive training, education, and practice of nonverbal communication have made Scott an expert and consultant to healthcare companies as well as law enforcement, Fortune 500 CEOs, doctors, attorneys, executives, wealth managers, financial advisors, and entertainers.

After receiving a diagnosis of Thyroid Cancer and experiencing the rapid changes in healthcare from a patient's perspective, he instantly recognized the overlooked, yet blatant, causes of patient mistrust, fear, and frustration. In other words, he found the problems that cause more lawsuits and once successful practices to fail.

Now Scott speaks to and trains healthcare professionals, showing them what these problems are and most importantly how to fix them. From your bedside manner to the way your waiting area is set up and looks, Scott covers everything science shows us that works to make patients feel more comfortable and confident in their healthcare situation.