Federal Health Care Discrimination Law (Non-Members)
Federal Health Care Discrimination Law, Second Edition helps customers understand the current state and changing nature of health care discrimination, evaluate potential legal risks, and develop an understanding of what may be coming next.
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It is crucial for health care providers and insurers to address changing federal authorities aimed at protecting access to care. Changes in the law and its interpretation can impact health care operations; the terms, conditions, and administration of coverage; plan and provider communications with enrollees and patients; health care administration; and rules of conduct.
The new edition of Federal Health Care Discrimination Law will provide a solid foundation and help you assess evolving risks. The author addresses the full range of federal authority in the health care context, including:
- Civil rights laws on race, sex, disability, and age
- Affordable Care Act (ACA) Section 1557
- Mental health parity laws
- Freedom of religion and conscience clauses
- Communications disability and limited English proficiency requirements
- Critical race theory and gender identity
- How civil rights laws apply to coverage under the federal health care programs and individual insurance
Federal Health Care Discrimination Law, Second Edition also expands its treatment of the historical debates over federal health care discrimination laws and regulatory approaches, describing the evolution of authority across time and changing administrations.
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Published, July 2023.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 How Historic Civil Rights Acts and the Affordable Care Act Section 1557 Apply to Health Care Entities
Chapter 3 Race, Color, and National Origin Discrimination
Chapter 4 Sex Discrimination
Chapter 5 Disability Discrimination
Chapter 6 Age Discrimination
Chapter 7 Communication Disabilities and Non–English Speakers
Chapter 8 Affordable Care Act Section 1557 and the Federal Financial Assistance Civil Rights Acts: Entities Covered, Administrative Obligations, and Enforcement
Chapter 9 Evolution of Federal and State Mental Health Parity Laws
Chapter 10 Applying the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA)
Chapter 11 Federal Discrimination Law and Commercial Health Insurance, Coverage, and Benefits
Chapter 12 Discrimination Laws for Federal Health Programs and Benefits
Chapter 13 Federal Health Care Conscience Statutes