Voting Question: how do I report a bad doctor that is bad to his employees?

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  • Voting Question: how do I report a bad doctor that is bad to his employees?


Answer #1 | 15/12 2013 07:41
If you don't like it, quit! No one says you have to work somewhere like that so quit complaining and find another job. Doctor's aren't all getting wealthy nowadays. The cost of malpractice insurance, medicaid late payments and other problems are wreaking havoc with income. Don't stay in a job you obviously hate and feel ill-treated in.
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Answer #2 | 15/12 2013 07:42
It's called capitalism, people are allowed to run their business however they want within the law, which they are. You are an at will employee, you can quit at anytime if you don't like it there.
Answer #3 | 15/12 2013 07:43
It's their business and you cant do anything. Unless the doctor is unprofessional to his patients, you cant do anything. He's just a bad employer not a bad doctor.
Answer #4 | 15/12 2013 07:43
You can contact the labor relations. Sounds kind of like a couple of married Doctors I worked for in the past. Except they fixed equipment . The truth is a lot depends on what state you are living in. They may just be barley inside the law. Perhaps its time to find another job.
Answer #5 | 15/12 2013 22:06
If you are interested in patient safety and medical errors and haven’t read the story in the Texas Observer about a spectacularly incompetent neurosurgeon, you should. It is long but worth it. It will make you cringe
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Answer #6 | 15/12 2013 08:27
Honestly, I think you are living in a fantasy world. You work for a small medical practice. It's would be more unusual for a small medical practice to provide significant employee benefits; it's not the norm, like you think. Starting in Jan 2015, companies with over 50 employees may be required to provide health benefits or be fined. Your office does not have this number of employees, does it? If you don't like it, you are free to try and find a different job that provides the things that you think you are missing out on.

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