Associate Editor for Contemporary OB/GYN
A new article on Medical Economics tackles a recently decided case in Minnesota that examined the doctor-patient relationship with a fine-toothed comb.
The case, Warren v. Dinter, shows just how important it is to realize if and when a patient-physician relationship can still form when you never see the patient.
Although they never actually saw the deceased patient, the doctor may be found to have liability because of theor relationship with the NP.
For case-specific details, situations and appellate court rulings, read the full article.