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Managing disruptive conduct: A series of escalating interventions

Managing the performance of disruptive physicians is rarely accomplished with a single in­tervention. When responding to professional misconduct, physician leaders should follow a policy of intervening early and often. Follow-up with a practitioner should occur in the im­mediate wake of an incident—not weeks later.

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