67. A physician acting on behalf of a patient or a third party as expert or assessor, must :
(1) objectively and impartially acquaint the person subject to the assessment or expert’s opinion with the purpose of the physician’s work, the subjects of the assessment or expert’s opinion and the means the physician intends to use to carry it out; the physician must also tell the person to whom the assessment or expert’s report is being sent and how the person may request a copy thereof;
(2) avoid obtaining any information from that person or making any interpretations or comments not pertinent to the subject of the assessment or expert’s opinion;
(3) communicate to third parties only the comments, information or interpretations necessary for answering the questions raised by the requested assessment or expert’s opinion;
(4) refrain from any word or gesture that could undermine that person’s confidence in his physician ;
(5) promptly, objectively and impartially communicate his report to the third party or person who requested the assessment or the expert’s opinion.