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Topics: Annals of Emergency MedicinecareerEmployment ContractOpioid Crisis
ACEP Now: Vol 40 – No 02 – February 2021
September 9, 2018
I am living proof restrictive covenants cannot be enforced in emergency medicine contracts, Duneland vs Brunk is case law stating patients do not go to an emergency department because of a particular physician in the department rather because their primary care physician is on staff, they were brought by EMS or because of other affiliations to the facility. Any hospital or group that applies them is trying to control their staff illegally. The case went through the Indiana court of appeals and was found in my favor after several thousand dollars of attorney fees. Hopefully siting this case will save other physicians the time d, grief and expense I had to go through to get out of a bad control from a dictatorial group.
What does naloxone have to do with restrictive covenants?
September 11, 2018
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September 10, 2018
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