Physicians avoid dismissing patients for various reasons. What’s your main reason?
Before you decide to terminate a difficult patient — give him the benefit of the doubt and try these techniques to mend the breac
Got a patient who's abusing your staff, ignoring your advice, failing to pay his bill? When you realize it just isn't going to work, it's usually best to let the patient go. Here's how to do it correctly.
One woman's declaration of love for her physician shouldn't mean dismissal. Or should it?
Not every patient who abuses prescriptions is just out for a good time or a quick buck. Here's how to recognize prescription-abusers, and what do to do about them.
Whether you've decided to retire, relocate, or retreat from practice, you can reduce the pain for your patients and staff by following these five guidelines.
Practices should work with an attorney to draft a policy for terminating the physician-patient relationship. Here is a sample to get you started.
Use this sample patient dismissal letter if a patient consistently fails to keep appointments, and you are forced to dismiss him from your practice, or for other reasons.
Use this letter if a patient consistently refuses to pay for services rendered, and you are forced to dismiss the patient from your practice.
You can dismiss patients from your practice - legally - if you take the right precautions