Health Law by Barry R. Furrow
Cases, Materials, and Problems (American Casebook Series)

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Expert authors overview health law as it affects the professionals, institutions, and entities that deliver and finance health care in the United States. Considers the law's response to quality and error through institutional and professional regulation, and malpractice litigation against professionals, hospitals, and managed care organizations. Surveys tax, corporate, and organizational issues. Explores the government's efforts to control costs and expand access through Medicare and Medicaid. Examines government attempts to police anticompetitive activities, fraud, and abuse. And considers the legal and ethical issues involving death, human reproduction, medical treatment decision making, and medical research.

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Published January 1, 2000 by West Academic Publishing. 962 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction