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Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration
by:George D. Pozgar
The top-selling Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (ISBN 9780763780494) is one of the most up-to-date health care law textbooks in the market. It is ideal for students taking up medicine, nursing, and law. George D. Pozgar was able to create an engaging textbook without compromising accuracy. There are plenty of new cases offered to help students...
The top-selling Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (ISBN 9780763780494) is one of the most up-to-date health care law textbooks in the market. It is ideal for students taking up medicine, nursing, and law. George D. Pozgar was able to create an engaging textbook without compromising accuracy. There are plenty of new cases offered to help students apply what they have learned. The textbook starts with reflections of the past and then continues to the introduction of the legal system. Tort Law, criminal aspects of health care, contracts and antitrust, civil procedure and trial practice, corporate structure and legal issues, and medical staff are discussed. The book also covers nursing and the law, allied professionals legal issues, information movement, patient consent, legal reporting requirements, patient rights and responsibilities, adequate immune deficiency syndrome, health care ethics, procreation and ethical dilemmas, end of life issues, professional liability insurance, and labor relations. Other topics discussed in the book include employee discipline and discharge, employee rights, managed care, tort reform, patient safety and zero tolerance, worldwide research, and health care war room. Pozgar discusses the latest issues that affects the healthcare industry, guiding students through the maze that is the legal system. Many instructors find this textbook very useful because of its excellent course instruction tools, including chapter review questions and answers, the test bank, and PowerPoint slides. There is also an exclusive instructor's manual to assist teachers in planning lessons and customizing the flow of discussions based on their course timeframe and curriculum.
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