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Nursing, Employment, And Resource Allocation In A Reorganized National Health Service, Stephen L. Heasell Jan 1995

Nursing, Employment, And Resource Allocation In A Reorganized National Health Service, Stephen L. Heasell

Annals of Health Law

Economic issues abound in the National Health Service, and it would appear that nurse practitioners promote economic efficiency. However, the NHS does not operate in a purely rational economic manner. The use of nurse practitioners may need an economic justification in the NHS environment.


The Case Of Baby K: Exploring The Concept Of Medical Futility, Mark A. Bonanno Jan 1995

The Case Of Baby K: Exploring The Concept Of Medical Futility, Mark A. Bonanno

Annals of Health Law

Medical futility is a term with no particular definition or parameters. The case of Baby K pitted the family of an anencephalic child against the medical institution over the meaning of medical futility.


Nursing Legal Issues In Australia: The Nurse Practitioner, Suzie Linden-Laufer Jan 1995

Nursing Legal Issues In Australia: The Nurse Practitioner, Suzie Linden-Laufer

Annals of Health Law

The concept of a nurse practitioner in Australia may not be new, but it certainly is not embraced by all members of the medical profession. Changes must be made to accommodate this profession.


Table Of Contents, Annals Of Health Law Jan 1995

Table Of Contents, Annals Of Health Law

Annals of Health Law

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Foreword, Annals Of Health Law Jan 1995

Foreword, Annals Of Health Law

Annals of Health Law

No abstract provided.


Potential Antocompetitive Effects Of Most Favored Nation Contract Clauses In Managed Care And Health Insurance Contracts, Anthony J. Dennis Jan 1995

Potential Antocompetitive Effects Of Most Favored Nation Contract Clauses In Managed Care And Health Insurance Contracts, Anthony J. Dennis

Annals of Health Law

Most favored nation contract clauses used in health care contracts have been repeatedly challenged under both federal and state antitrust laws. While none of these challenges to date has succeeded, the legal status of these clauses is clearly still evolving.


Preferred Provider Organization Structures And Agreements, James C. Dechene Jan 1995

Preferred Provider Organization Structures And Agreements, James C. Dechene

Annals of Health Law

Preferred provider organizations can be created with both positive and negative consequences. Certain structures meet certain needs, and many contract terms can benefit the parties or create pitfalls.


Aftermath Of Hmo Insolvency: Considerations For Providers, The, Jay M. Howard Jan 1995

Aftermath Of Hmo Insolvency: Considerations For Providers, The, Jay M. Howard

Annals of Health Law

The insolvency of a health maintenance organization can spell disaster for its providers and members. How an HMO is reorganized or liquidated may depend on state law, federal bankruptcy law, or a combination of both.


The Government's Best Offense Is Deference: The Decision Of The Supreme Court In Shalala V. Guernsey Memorial Hospital, Robert L. Roth Jan 1995

The Government's Best Offense Is Deference: The Decision Of The Supreme Court In Shalala V. Guernsey Memorial Hospital, Robert L. Roth

Annals of Health Law

The United States Supreme Court agreed with the Secretary of Health and Human Services that Guernsey Memorial Hospital's advance refunding transaction costs would be subject to a medicare reimbursement policy that is not based upon generally accepted accounting principles. According to the sharp dissent in this case, this policy, set forth in a manual provision, contradicts federal regulations.


Physician Recruitment After Hermann Hospital, Robert C. Louthian Iii, Elizabeth M. Mills Jan 1995

Physician Recruitment After Hermann Hospital, Robert C. Louthian Iii, Elizabeth M. Mills

Annals of Health Law

The state of physician recruitment changed after the Internal Revenue Service required Hermann Hospital to publish its closing agreement with the IRS. The closing agreement released the long-awaited IRS "Hospital Physician Recruitment Guidelines." The IRS' recently proposed revenue ruling provides additional insight on acceptable physician recruitment practices as well.


The False Claims Act: An Old Weapon With New Firepower Is Aimed At Health Care Fraud, David J. Ryan Jan 1995

The False Claims Act: An Old Weapon With New Firepower Is Aimed At Health Care Fraud, David J. Ryan

Annals of Health Law

The ancestors of the wild west bounty hunters have found a new group of targets in the health profession. Armed with a qui tam action and the tenacity to work with the government, purveyors of false claims information can reap hefty financial rewards.


Consumer News Jan 1995

Consumer News

Loyola Consumer Law Review

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Health Care Reform - A Free-Market Proposal, Andrew Ferris, Griffin Seiler Jan 1995

Health Care Reform - A Free-Market Proposal, Andrew Ferris, Griffin Seiler

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Renter Protected Only At Time Of Leasing Agreement, Sandra Berzups Jan 1995

Renter Protected Only At Time Of Leasing Agreement, Sandra Berzups

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Consumer News, Ray Chao Jan 1995

Consumer News, Ray Chao

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Car Dealership Liable For Misrepresenting Vehicle Odometer Readings, Elizabeth Abbene Jan 1995

Car Dealership Liable For Misrepresenting Vehicle Odometer Readings, Elizabeth Abbene

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Strict Liability For Inadequate Warning Applies Even When Vaccines Are Unavoidably Unsafe, Ellen Sugrue Hyman Jan 1995

Strict Liability For Inadequate Warning Applies Even When Vaccines Are Unavoidably Unsafe, Ellen Sugrue Hyman

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Credit Card Payments Due On Sunday Must Be Received By Sunday, Jennifer L. Fitzgerald Jan 1995

Credit Card Payments Due On Sunday Must Be Received By Sunday, Jennifer L. Fitzgerald

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Real Estate Broker Found Liable To Home Buyers For Failing To Disclose Criminal Record Of Previous Owner, Aimee D. Latimer Jan 1995

Real Estate Broker Found Liable To Home Buyers For Failing To Disclose Criminal Record Of Previous Owner, Aimee D. Latimer

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


South Bend, Indiana: A Case Study Of The Possibilities And Realities Of Hospital Cooperation, Joseph P. Bauer Jan 1995

South Bend, Indiana: A Case Study Of The Possibilities And Realities Of Hospital Cooperation, Joseph P. Bauer

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Illuminating Patient Choice - Releasing Physician-Specific Data To The Public, Frances H. Miller Jan 1995

Illuminating Patient Choice - Releasing Physician-Specific Data To The Public, Frances H. Miller

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Credit Reports Updated In 30 Days Meet Reasonable Standard, Melissa Jerves Jan 1995

Credit Reports Updated In 30 Days Meet Reasonable Standard, Melissa Jerves

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


State Law Preempts Housing Authority's Lease Provision, Jane Cady Jan 1995

State Law Preempts Housing Authority's Lease Provision, Jane Cady

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Departure From Established Tort Theories Inappropriate For Breast Implant Litigation, Dana Shannon Jan 1995

Departure From Established Tort Theories Inappropriate For Breast Implant Litigation, Dana Shannon

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


California Court Invalidates Liquidated Damages Provision In Credit Card Agreement, David Weissman Jan 1995

California Court Invalidates Liquidated Damages Provision In Credit Card Agreement, David Weissman

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Consumer Perspective On The Pros And Cons Of Antitrust Enforcement In Health Care: An Introduction, John D. Blum Jan 1995

A Consumer Perspective On The Pros And Cons Of Antitrust Enforcement In Health Care: An Introduction, John D. Blum

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Consumer News, Charles R. Whitt Jan 1995

Consumer News, Charles R. Whitt

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Frequent Flyer Breach Of Contract Claims Escape Preemption, Melissa Jerves Jan 1995

Frequent Flyer Breach Of Contract Claims Escape Preemption, Melissa Jerves

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Coors Wins Battle Over Beer Labels, Russell Collins Jan 1995

Coors Wins Battle Over Beer Labels, Russell Collins

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.


Private Antitrust As A Public Good Blue Cross And Blue Shield United Of Wisconsin And Compcare Health Services Insurance Corp., V. The Marshfield Clinic And Security Health Plan Of Wisconsin, Inc., Warren Greenberg Jan 1995

Private Antitrust As A Public Good Blue Cross And Blue Shield United Of Wisconsin And Compcare Health Services Insurance Corp., V. The Marshfield Clinic And Security Health Plan Of Wisconsin, Inc., Warren Greenberg

Loyola Consumer Law Review

No abstract provided.