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Case-Based Strategies for Addressing Disruptive Behavior

More than 70% of physicians say that disruptive physician behavior occurs at least once a month at their organizations, according to a study of more than 840 physicians from QuantiaMD and the American College of Physician Executives. In this new series, disruptive behavior specialist Dr. Alan H. Rosenstein uses real cases to demonstrate why addressing bad behavior isn’t always black and white.

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Alan H. Rosenstein, MD, MBA
Internist, Medical Director of Clinical Effectiveness and Care Management, Valley Care Hospital
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"questioning policies can be constructive- hard-worked doctors have the right to stop coverage at end of their shift ( unless a life is endangered)= but talking down to female staff is not appropriate at any time."
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