In todayas litigious environment, where high-stakes negligence suits plague the health care industry, it is imperative that health care professionals understand their rights and responsibilities under the law and the legal ramifications of their actions. Patient Care Case Law: Ethics, Regulation, and Compliance is a unique compendium of case studies that provides a foundation for that understanding. The broad variety of case studies covered in this reference is organized around the patientas progression through the health system, from admission to discharge. The text features chapters on patient rights, the screening and assessment process, diagnosis, treatment, universal protocols, discharge planning, and follow-up care. Additionally, chapters on employee and patient safety, human resources, and criminal acts round out the content. Each legal case presented includes a review of the facts, the issues related to the health care industry, and the courtas ruling and rationale for its decision. Patient Care Case Law: Ethics, Regulation, and Compliance features: ac Appendices on the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Chapter 42 for hospitals, Medicare/Medicaid certification, and assessment of quality care ac A summary case written as a acloset dramaa ac Discussion questions for each case presented ac Descriptive citations providing useful additional information ac A list of suggested websites to aid further research ac Accompanying resources for instructors: TestBank and PowerPointsWhen notified that a participating hospital has been accredited, the State Survey Agency verifies the accreditation, removes the ... The CMS State Operations Manual (SOM) provides CMS policy regarding survey and certification activities.
|Title||:||Patient Care Case Law|
|Author||:||George D. Pozgar|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2012-02-27|