The Aging Physician

Webinar: 60 minutes


Aging Physician Policies

What to do with valued, even beloved older physicians?

Medical professionals experience the physical and cognitive decline that affects all humans and sometimes will practice longer than they should. Existing peer review processes may be inadequate, and mandatory retirement ages are unfair and unscientific. But policies mandating practical screening at a specific age are legal—and they strike a fair balance of patient safety, organizational liability, and provider dignity.



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