Health Care Law Sourcebook: A Compendium of Federal Laws, Regulations and Documents Relating to Health Care
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The Health Care Law Sourcebook provides health law practitioners with ready access to the full text of federal laws, regulations, and other government documents relevant to the delivery of health care services. Topics include:
• Medicare reimbursement and certification
• Medicaid reimbursement standards
• Patient confidentiality and non-discrimination
• Approval of drugs and procedures
• Antitrust and trade regulation
• Environmental protection
• Labor, employment and occupational safety
• Other health care laws
• Health Maintenance Organizations.
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Table of contents
VOLUME 1 PART ONE: MEDICARE REIMBURSEMENT AND CERTIFICATION (Statutes)
VOLUME 2 PART ONE: MEDICARE REIMBURSEMENT AND CERTIFICATION (Regulations)
VOLUME 2A PART ONE: MEDICARE REIMBURSEMENT AND CERTIFICATION (Continued from Vol. 2)
VOLUME 3 PART TWO: MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT STANDARDS
VOLUME 3A PART THREE: PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCRIMINATION
PART FOUR: DRUGS, DEVICES, AND PROCEDURES (FDA)
VOLUME 4 PART FIVE: ANTITRUST AND TRADE REGULATION
PART SIX: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION/INFECTION AND DISEASE CONTROL
PART SEVEN: LABOR, EMPLOYMENT, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY, AND ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAWS
PART EIGHT: OTHER HEALTH CARE LAWS
PART NINE: HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS