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Sexual or romantic interactions between physicians and patients detract from the goals of the physician-patient relationship, may exploit the vulnerability of the patient, may obscure the physician's objective judgment concerning the patient's health care, and ultimately may be detrimental to the patient's well-being....
Sexual or romantic relationships between a physician and a former patient may be unduly influenced by the previous physician-patient relationship.
We need to rise above the cynical view that love cannot exist, and sex must be abusive and transient, between people with power disparities.
I would argue, I think with good support, that love and mating entail the greatest complexity of anything we do as a species.
You, who are medical directors out there, please consider how you would react to a request for an out-of-network referral based on "personal reasons." The geographic reality doesn't create the ethical bind, but a contractual restriction.
I'd counsel any MCO or physician group facing this issue to step out of the way instantly.
So if our doctor starts "seeing" a local woman or man, he or she risks running afoul of the "no overlap" rule.
So, our doctor has the option of dating only residents of the next county or ordering a bride or groom by mail.