Terminating the Physician-Patient Relationship, Part 2

July 19, 2016
When dealing with difficult patients, physicians are sometimes left with no other viable alternative than to terminate the physician-patient relationship. Coming to that conclusion is not easy and may also come with legal complications. These slides will describe the guidelines and processes to follow in order to avoid allegations of patient abandonment.
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