Retainership Agreement For Doctor

Medical Ethics Code: Funding and Providing Health Services Physicians are free to enter into contracts to provide special non-medical services and amenities with individual patients who are willing and able to pay extra out-of-pocket fees for these services. While these storage contracts are one of many different models of health care delivery and compensation, they can also raise ethical concerns about access, quality and continuity of care. Regardless of the model in which they practice, physicians must respect their primary duty of professional loyalty and their responsibility to treat all patients with courtesy and respect for the rights and dignity of patients, and ensure that all patients in the medical office receive the same quality of medical care, regardless of contractual arrangements for special and non-medical services and amenities. Physicians who enter into on-call contracts with patients must:.

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