42 usc 11101
- 930 F.2d 334 (3rd Cir. 1991), 90-3331, Miller v. Indiana Hosp.
- 202 F.3d 267 (6th Cir. 2000), 98-4239, Alba v. Marietta Memorial Hosp.
- Health care programs; fraud and abuse: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Data collection program; final adverse actions reporting,
Illinois Supreme Court Upholds "Willful and Wanton" Immunity Protection in Peer Review Cases
Background - Dr. Steven Valfer is a licensed OB-GYN who was a member of the medical staff at Evanston Northwestern Hospital ("Hospital") until March 16, 2005 when the Hospital's board of directors approved the recommendation to not reappoint him after Dr. Valfer exhausted his fair hearing and appeal rights under the bylaws. The basis of the initial adverse...
- Reports and guidance documents; availability, etc.: Antitrust laws modernization,
- 65 F.3d 178 (10th Cir. 1995), 94-1587, Custodio v. Parker
Health Update - February 2017
Securing the Safety Net for America's Vulnerable Populations - Editor's Note: America's population is aging rapidly. By 2029, 75 million baby boomers will have reached age 65 and older, and older adults will represent more than 20% of the U.S. population. Many older people are poor or have insufficient savings or incomes for retirement. Medicaid is the default payer and...
- 880 F.2d 1108 (9th Cir. 1989), 87-6530, Pinhas v. Summit Health, Ltd.
- 40 C.F.R. 52.1370 - Identification of plan
- Physician peer review immunity: time to euthanize a fatally flawed policy.
- True risk management: physicians' liability risk and the practice of patient-centered medicine.
- National practitioner data bank for adverse information on physicians and other health care practitioners: Medical malpractice payments reporting requirements,
What Has Fahlen Wrought?
The California Supreme Court's decision in Fahlen v. Sutter Central Valley Hospitals has confirmed (not created) a sea change in the relations between hospitals and their medical staffs on the one hand, and physicians on such staffs on the other hand. Originally Published in Bloomberg BNA - April 17, 2014.
- Lean on me: a physician's fiduciary duty to disclose an emergent medical risk to the patient.
- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR): Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool,
- Part V
- Not just a minimum income policy for physicians: the need for good faith and fair dealing in physician deselection disputes.
- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR): 119),
- N.J. Admin. Code § 7:26C-2.3 - Requirements for the person responsible for conducting the remediation
- Medical errors: causes, cures, and capitalism.
- Quality, not quantity: an analysis of confidential settlements and litigants' economic incentives.
- Future prospects for mining and public land management: the federal 'retention-disposal' policy enters the twenty-first century.