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Posted on May 28, 2019 at 11:26 AM

This article quotes me on some of the implications of Warren v. Dinter on curbside consults and independent medical examiners. 


Last month, the Minnesota Supreme Court held that a treatment relationship is not a prerequisite for imposing medical malpractice liability.


I explore lessons from the case in more detail in a forthcoming article in The ASCO Post: “Curbside Consults: New Liability Risks to Avoid When You Are Not the Patient’s Physician.”


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