October 30, 2013
When Physicians’ Careers Suffer Because They Refuse to Prescribe Narcotics

In some new systems where doctors are reviewed by patients, physicians unwilling to supply addicts with pain pills receive poor patient-satisfaction feedback. That is judged as poor performance by hospital administrators.
Read more. [Image: Shutterstock]

When Physicians’ Careers Suffer Because They Refuse to Prescribe Narcotics

In some new systems where doctors are reviewed by patients, physicians unwilling to supply addicts with pain pills receive poor patient-satisfaction feedback. That is judged as poor performance by hospital administrators.

Read more. [Image: Shutterstock]

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    lol. you know why people go hunting for narcotics in emergency room’s? it works. seriously, I know so many damn doctors...
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