Health Care Law: A Practical Guide
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A comprehensive analysis and practical guide for handling the many legal issues facing all health care providers in today's dynamic health care environment.
Each chapter contains a concise, comprehensive discussion of the law; an analysis of problems likely to be faced by health care providers; and practical guidelines for dealing with those problems.
- Medical malpractice, risk management and quality assurance
- Consent to medical treatment
- Medical information and confidentiality
- Antitrust and health care
- Medical staff matters
- Patient care issues
- Contractual relations
- Facility licensing and accreditation
- Licensure of professionals
- Joint Ventures and practice acquisitions
- Fraud and abuse and self-referral issues
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1: Overview of Health Care Regulatory and Transactional Activity in an Evolving Delivery System
CHAPTER 1A: The Affordable Care Act
CHAPTER 2: Health Care Provider Transactions: A Regulatory Primer
CHAPTER 3: Physician Practice and Other Health Care Transactions
CHAPTER 4: Tax-Exempt Health Care Providers and Related Tax Issues
CHAPTER 5: The Medicare-Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Statute, the Stark Act and the False Claims Act
CHAPTER 6: Health Care Joint Ventures
CHAPTER 7: Reimbursement: Medicare and Medicaid
CHAPTER 8: Health Care Facility Licensing, Accreditation and Resource Allocation
CHAPTER 9: Antitrust and Health Care Entities
CHAPTER 10: Organizing Providers for Managed Care
CHAPTER 11: Physician Compensation
CHAPTER 12: Overview of the Issues Related to Medical Malpractice
CHAPTER 13: The Law of Medical Malpractice
CHAPTER 14: Risk Management Programs
CHAPTER 15: Responses to the Malpractice Dilemma: Reform of the Negligence System; Government Controls
CHAPTER 16: The Medical Staff
CHAPTER 17: Licensure of Health Care Professionals
CHAPTER 18: Health Care Employment and Labor Issues
CHAPTER 19: Consent to Medical Treatment
CHAPTER 20: Medical Information and Confidentiality
CHAPTER 21: Other Patient Care Issues
CHAPTER 22: Health Care Compliance Plans