Liability of Negligence and Intentional Torts 1. What level of intent is required for strict liability, negligence and intentional torts/ 2. Consent for treatment is presumed during
3. Describe vicarious liability and its potential application to a health care prover. 4. Damage that cannot be easily quantified, such as pain and suffering, are referred to as Non-Economic Damage 5. The duty of a hospital emergency department to evaluate all patients who enter is codified in what federal law? EMTALA 6. Describe the difference in proof required in civil and criminal cases 7. Programs promoting legal compliance and corporate integrity among health care entities are called 8. The prime advantage of incorporation is 9. Other than the anti-fraud provisions, what are the major components of HIPPA?
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10. Facilities that violate federal statues for emergency treatment can be banned from participating in the Medicare program. This consequences is called 11. Doctors who are independent contractors may still be considered employees of a hospital through the doctrine of 12. In Hill v. Ohio County, you reviewed the case of a plaintiff who has refused admission to the hospital and later died. Would this case be decided differently today? Why or why not? 13. The President of the United States represents which of the three branches of the federal government? 14. The federal agency responsible for promoting the welfare of wage earners and improving working conditions for employee is called the 15. List three differences between the Anti-Kickback Statue and the Stark Law 16. A method resolving disputes at a hearing before an impartial referee without involving the court system is called 17. True or False. As long as there is no private gain or profit, promotion of health is usually considered a valid charitable purpose in itself 18. State laws that shield first responders provider from liability for extending aid at an emergency scene are called 19. True or False.
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