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In part 1 of this 2-part series, Lesley Viner, VP of Risk Management at TMLT, describes guidelines and processes to help physicians dismiss patients appropriately and avoid allegations of abandonment.
In part 2 of this series, Tanya Babitch, a manager in TMLT's Risk Management Department, provides further instruction for appropriately dismissing patients to avoid allegations of abandonment.
Use this sample message to explain your COVID-19 mask policy
Clearly communicate your office mask policies to patients
Governor's latest order likely does not affect a private practice's ability to continue requiring masks
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