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A Texas appellate court, in an August 21 decision, upheld a discipline ruling against a physician who had, among other things, documented his patient goals during visits for pain medication by using a pre-printed form to be filled out by those patients, often with only a "Y" or "N" to indicate whether a goal was being met.
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