Assuming you didn't go with option E in the preceeding part of the question...
"The patient returns to your clinic and informs you that his company still refuses to reimburse him for the planned surgery.
You advise him to proceed with the surgery nonetheless to avoid the long-term complications of the condition.
He repeats his request for you to write a memo stating that he was referred to your clinic from the polyclinic, and tells you that he will default follow-up and treatment of his condition if you do not do so."
What should you do?
Your first priority is the patient's health.
B. Stand your ground
Reiterate that you cannot provide the memo he wants, but keep his case open and give him an open date to see you.
C. Terminate the patient-doctor relationship
Tell him you cannot continue the patient-doctor relationship given the circumstances, and refer him to your best friend/worst enemy.
D. Explore other pathologies
Continue the consultation with a view to exploring if he needs to see a psychiatrist.
What would Hippocrates do? What would you do?