Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Managing Disabled Physicians on Your Medical Staff

There is an article on HealthLeaders Media titled, "Strategies for Managing Disabled Physicians." The author starts by reminding the readers that even if you do not have a physician with a disability on your medical staff, you may encounter one someday. This is particularly true given that older physicians are more susceptible to certain disabilities. Hence, as physicians age and continue to work past the age of 60 or 65, we are more likely to encounter physicians who may have limited mobility, difficulty with hearing, etc.

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  1. It makes perfect sense. All medical staff should have a copy of this.

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    chiropractor Gymea pinched nerve

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  2. This is interesting. I am a chiropractor in SUBURB town and we lack help from other medical experts so we get any that comes. Some are from disabled doctors but as long as they perform well, they are so welcome to help.

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