High Court Case Summaries: Health Law
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This High Court: Health Law (keyed to the Furrow textbook) provides extensive analysis of cases in Furrow, Johnson, Jost & Schwarz Health Law: Cases, Materials & Problems casebook. Included in the case analysis are the case procedural basis, fact, issues, decision and rationale, and analysis. Additional quick memory aids include headnotes, instant facts, black letter rules, case vocabulary, and graphics. Each chapter begins with an introduction of its concepts presented in simple terms, and an alphabetical table of cases is provided.
Features and Benefits:
Allows fast, easy, and on-point research;
Extensive summaries of High Court cases on health law;
Discusses procedural basis, facts, issues, decisions, and rationale;
Provides headnotes, instant facts, black-letter rules, case vocabulary, and graphics;
Includes an alphabetical Table of Cases;
Easily adaptable to courses utilizing Furrow, Johnson, Jost & Schwarz Health Law: Cases, Materials & Problems casebook on health law.
Table of Contents includes:
Defining, Evaluating and Distributing Health Care;
Quality Control: Health Care Professional Licensing;
Quality Control Regulation: Health Care Institutions;
The Liability of a Health Care Professional;
Health Care Institution Liability;
Policy Context of Health Care Cost and Access;
State Regulation and Liability of Private Health Insurance and Managed Care;
Federal Role in Regulation of Insurance and Managed Care;
Medicare and Medicaid;
The Obligation to Provide Care;
Professional Relationships in Health Care Enterprises;
Health Care Enterprise Structure;
Fraud and Abuse;
Human Reproduction and Birth;
Human Genetics: Legal, Social and Ethical Issues;
Life and Death Decisions;
Interdisciplinary Decisionmaking in Health Care.
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|Edition||2009, keyed 6th ed. casebook|