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Difficult Patients

When Family Members Become Disruptive

Sometimes, a patient's family members can become disruptive or aggressive, and threaten to hinder patient care. Here's how to address and deescalate the situation.

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Patients are using misinformation on the web to call in orders for medication, in a growing problem known as "fast food medicine."

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With the cost of healthcare rising, is it really wise for hospitals to spend money on services that you'd find at the Ritz Carlton?

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Physician assistants and nurse practitioners are a vital part in solving the opioid epidemic and will soon have new authority to do so.

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Does your patient have bed bugs and if so, can you refuse to offer them treatment? Our resident health lawyer, Ericka Adler answers this question.

What really grinds the gears of physicians? We asked our advisory board to share and here's what they had to say.

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Patients might not always agree with your diagnosis. It's important for docs to maintain a good relationship with them when having a difficult conversation.

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For many docs, end-of-life care is a sticky subject and one that has been forced upon them by expectations of the medical system.

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