Confront, correct, counsel disruptive physicians
“I hate House. There is no way in the world that that doctor would ever exist,” says Reynolds, the president and CEO of the Institute for Medical Leadership in Los Angeles.
Reynolds should know. At one time a practicing emergen-cy physician, she now provides medical groups with coaching, counseling, and strategies for handling problem doctors. Business is good.
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