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ISBN-13: 9780314064578
Publisher: West Group
Publication date: 01/01/1995
Series: Hornbook Series
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 962
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.74(d)

Table of Contents

Preface v
Westlaw Overview vii
Regulation of Health Care Institutions
1(38)
Taxonomy of Health Care Institutions
3(4)
Private Accreditation and Public Quality Control Regulation
7(6)
State and Federal Authority to Regulate
13(1)
Establishing Regulatory Standards
14(2)
Substantive Review of Standards
16(1)
Specific Federal Regulatory Standards
17(4)
Enforcement
21(8)
Health Planning and Certificate of Need
29(9)
Hospital Rate Regulation
38(1)
Federal Tax Exemption of Health Care Institutions
39(16)
Tax--Exempt Purposes
41(3)
Competitive Business Strategies
44(5)
Tax Exemption of Alternative Delivery Systems
49(5)
Conclusion
54(1)
Regulation and Licensure of Health Care Professionals
55(36)
Entry Requirements
58(1)
Unauthorized Practice
59(8)
Scope of Practice
67(4)
Discipline
71(6)
Substantive Grounds for Discipline
77(9)
The Medicare Utilization and Quality Control Peer Review Organization Program
86(5)
Professional Relationships in the Health Care Enterprise
91(69)
Staff Privileges
92(10)
Physician-Hospital Contracts for Physician Services
102(6)
Employment-at-Will
108(2)
National Labor Relations Act
110(2)
Anti-Discrimination Statutes
112(13)
Quality Assurance and Risk Management
125(14)
Medical Information and Records: Confidentiality and Disclosure
139(21)
Health Care Business Associations
160(72)
For--Profit Corporations
162(27)
Not--for--Profit Corporations
189(11)
Professional Corporations
200(7)
Partnerships
207(9)
Limited Liability Companies
216(4)
Structuring Health Care Enterprises
220(12)
The Liability of Health Care Professionals
232(57)
Physician Liability for Patient Injury
233(32)
Physician Obligations to Obtain a Patient's Informed Consent
265(24)
The Liability of Health Care Institutions
289(19)
Liability of Managed Care Organizations
308(24)
Reforming the Tort System for Medical Injuries
332(32)
Antitrust Law
364(134)
Statutes and Interpretative Principles
367(15)
Professionalism and Competition
382(16)
Physician--Hospital Relationships
398(38)
Health Care Financing: Relationships Between Providers and Payers
436(25)
Relationships Among Hospitals and Other Health Facilities
461(32)
Sales of Health Care Commodities
493(5)
Regulation of Private Health Care Financing
498(38)
Regulation of Private Insurance
498(17)
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and Health Benefits
515(10)
Regulation of Managed Care
525(11)
Obligations to Provide Medical Care
536(24)
Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act
539(10)
Obligations to Provide Emergency Care Under State law
549(2)
Obligations Under the Hill--Burton Act
551(2)
Nondiscrimination Obligations Under Title VI
553(2)
Discrimination Against Persons Based on Medical Condition
555(3)
Conclusion
558(2)
Medicare
560(43)
Authority and Administration
562(2)
Eligibility
564(1)
Covered and Excluded Services
565(5)
Provider Participation
570(4)
Medicare Prospective Payment Under Diagnosis--Related Groups
574(6)
Cost-Based Reimbursement
580(1)
Medicare Part B Payment
581(8)
Billing and Claims
589(3)
Medicare Managed Care
592(3)
Administrative Appeals and Judicial Review of Medicare Determinations
595(7)
The Medicare as Secondary Payer Program
602(1)
Medicaid
603(34)
Introduction
604(1)
Eligibility
605(12)
Benefits
617(6)
Medicaid Payment for Services
623(5)
Medicaid Managed Care
628(3)
Administration
631(1)
Federal and State Medicaid Funding
632(1)
Medicaid Appeals and Judicial Review
632(5)
Medicare and Medicaid Fraud and Abuse
637(35)
Introduction
638(2)
False Claims and Statements
640(4)
Bribes, Kickbacks, and Much Else
644(10)
Self-Referrals
654(6)
Civil Penalties and Exclusions
660(8)
Investigations by the office of Inspector General
668(1)
State Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Laws
669(3)
Definitions of Death
672(10)
Making Decisions About Death and Dying
682(89)
Introduction---The Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
685(12)
Traditionally Recognized Significant State Interests That Limit the Judicially Recognized Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
697(4)
Determining Decisional Capacity or Competency of Patients for Whom Life Sustaining Medical Treatment Is Appropriate
701(3)
The Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment and Competent Adults
704(2)
The Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment and Incompetent Adults
706(19)
The Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment and Children
725(11)
Religion and the Right to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
736(7)
Judicial Process in Cases Involving Decisions to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
743(6)
Civil Liability for Failing to Recognize a Decision to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
749(2)
Homicide Liability and the Decision to Forgo Life Sustaining Treatment
751(4)
Euthanasia and Suicide
755(6)
Special Issues in Terminating Particular Kinds of Life Sustaining Treatment
761(7)
The Patient Self-Determination Act
768(3)
Limitations on Reproduction: Sterilization and Contraception
771(9)
Sterilization
771(5)
Other Forms of Contraception
776(4)
Wrongful Birth, Wrongful Life and Wrongful Conception
780(13)
Abortion
793(16)
The Constitutional Framework
795(5)
Particular Limitations and Restrictions on Abortion
800(9)
Potential Fetal--Maternal Conflicts
809(12)
Assisted Conception
821(18)
Regulation of Research Upon Human Subjects
839(12)
Health Care Reform
851(14)
Appendix: Researching Health Law on Westlaw 865(16)
Table of Cases 881(30)
Table of Statutes 911(34)
Index 945

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