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Aging Practitioners: The Medical Staff’s Responsibility to Patients and Late-Career Practitioners
In this 90-minute webinar, physician Jonathan Goldner, DO, MMM, FCCP, FCCM, discussed the latest developments in the conundrum of how to cope with aging providers and provided tips for developing an aging practitioner policy at your organization. Attendees learned how aging affects both medical and surgical specialists, what the medical staff’s responsibilities are to aging practitioners and patients, and how to develop a systematic approach to the late-career practitioner. Using real-life case studies and drawing on a breadth of personal experience, Goldner illustrated what strategies are most effective, common mistakes that can be avoided, and how you can best implement an aging practitioner policy at your organization.
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