Monthly Archives: March 2016

Doctors, Patients, and the Blurring of Professional Boundaries

By: Dr. Ken Teufel The blurring of professional boundaries between doctors and patients is not simply an ethical issue. It's a threat to a physician's reputation, license, and livelihood...not to mention the liability risk. Some boundary violations are obvious, such as pursuing an intimate relationship with a patient or with a member of the patient's…
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Working in Retirement: Myths vs. Reality (Infographic)

As a physician, being a doctor is “who you are.” As retirement nears, it’s often difficult to walk away from such an important part of your personal identity. Because of this, many soon-to-be retired or semi-retired physicians hang onto their stethoscopes longer and work well past the traditional retirement age of 65. What if you’d…
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