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Christine Savage on Difficulties Faced by Healthcare Professionals Severing Patient Relationships

Boston Business Journal

 | March 21, 2008

 | Christine Savage

Christine Savage was quoted in the Boston Business Journal's article "Before Firing Bad Patients, Doctors Turn to Lawyers" which focuses on the difficulties faced by healthcare professionals severing relationships with patients.

Ms. Savage comments on the importance of giving patients the best care possible and that it's okay to acknowledge that the relationship isn't working.

The Boston Business Journal is a weekly newspaper that covers business and politics in greater Boston.


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