When a Physician May Refuse to Treat a Patient

When a Physician May Refuse to Treat a Patient
Laura L. Katz, Marshall B. Paul, Co-authors
Physician's News Digest

This article, written by Laura L. Katz, a Partner in the Business and Finance Department in the Baltimore office and a member of the Health Law Practice Group, and Marshall B. Paul, a Partner in the Business and Finance Department in the Baltimore office, addresses under what circumstances a physician can legally terminate a relationship with a patient.

The article explains the impact of the Federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act and the effect that antidiscrimination laws have had on providing health care.

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