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Physician Where Art Thou - Medical Management

Can you get injured employees back to work without the treating physician? What happens when you do not have a good relationship with the treating doctor? We will interview Dr. Blumenthal and get best practices techniques from him. 10 ways to work effectively with treating physicians and foster a positive relationship.
Recorded May 14 2009 49 mins
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