Law and Public Health
Law and Public Health PA 547
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Review for Examination No 1 PA 547Law and Public Health Sprig 2013 As you prepare for the first semester examination be mindful that we have covered four chapters dealing with different legal aspects of health care administration including 1The different sources of law torts and criminal and forms of negligence 2 The criminal aspects of health care and violations in the delivery process 3 Contracts and Antitrust laws violations in the healthcare industry First you must be familiar with their meaning and with the legal implication surrounding each of them Particular attention must be paid to the sources of law torts criminal and negligence with the different scenarios and cases to show proper understanding criminal aspects of care and knowledge of different scenarios and violations in the delivery process contracts and antitrust violations in the health industry showing familiarity with at least five 5 39 39 U39 to beI 39 of to Ithe legal implications of cases in this area Second you must be ready to present at least five 5 scenarios and cases from each of these areas listed above showing incidents of liability and the surrounding circumstances
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