In this short clip, Dan Ballard introduces the basics of Texas Medical Disclosure Panel: List B and its relation to informed consent. Dan Ballard, JD is a physician favorite at TMLT and is consistently rated as an excellent speaker by the health care community. His 30 years of experience defending physicians provides a valuable educational experience and he connects effortlessly with physician audiences.
Texas Medical Disclosure Panel: List A
In this short clip, Dan Ballard introduces the basics of Texas Medical Disclosure Panel: List A and its rel...
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