Legal aspects of health care administration
Aspen Publishers, Apr 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 587 pages
This widely adopted text has been revised cover-to-cover, and updated with new case illustration and new points reflecting the ever-evolving nature of both law and the health care industry. The text gives students the broad base of information and specific answers they will need to safely direct their careers and their facilities. Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration is filled with concise, constructive, realistic recommendations for preventive action. It provides risk-reducing recommendations for everything from handling patient valuables to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Chapter 2Tort Law
Chapter 3Criminal Aspects of Health Care
Chapter 4Civil Procedure and Trial Practice 97
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