VOICES FROM THE INDUSTRY: Could your doctor be prohibited from treating you?

"I'm sorry, Mrs. Jones, I can no longer be your doctor-at least not this side of the county line." Patients would no doubt find it strange to hear these words from their family doctor, but longstanding law in Indiana says doctors may enter into noncompetition agreements that prohibit them from treating patients in certain geographic areas for a limited time. In March, the Indiana Supreme Court issued its first comprehensive ruling on physician noncompetition agreements in more than 20 years...

 

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