Penny Simpson Brooke APRN, MS, JD

August 2009 
Volume 39  Number 8
Pages 9 - 9
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I've just begun working at a large teaching hospital. Many patients have several specialty physicians—and sometimes their orders differ or even conflict. Which order do I follow—the most recent one? If I see a conflict between orders, whom should I contact to avoid making an error? —E.N., MASS.

When a patient has several specialists looking only at targeted areas of concern, the likelihood that their orders will sometimes conflict is high. Specialty physicians don't always become involved in the ...

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