Providers must tread carefully if patient objects to caregiver
Patients voice opinions on race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation
Recent racial controversies have prompted some risk managers to wonder how to respond if a patient objects to the race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation of a caregiver. The situation is difficult, and labor law experts advise risk managers to step very carefully once the issue is raised.
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