Project #63641 - Questions

  1. “Hospital governing boards, while nominally ‘in charge’ (but composed as they often are of unpaid, lay, volunteer members with limited relevant expertise) are free under the law to delegate policy-making and key decision-making powers to the trained, professional hospital chief executive officer who, in turn, is legally accountable for the quality of patient care within the facility. This explains why the administrator is really at the center of hospital operations and is responsible directly for the medical staff’s performance within the facility.” Accept or reject this statement with specific authority.
    1. What is meant by the term “standard of care” in the context of medical liability? Provider examples as to the application of this legal term. How is this standard determined and defined in the health care field? Are you satisfied that it protects both patients and health care providers or neither and why so?

     

    1. Compare and contrast, if need be, the legal duties of publicly owned and privately owned hospitals to maintain emergency medical services and treat and/or admit such patients. How do these legal standards change, if at all, towards so-called non-emergency patients seeking treatment at these facilities?

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Due By (Pacific Time) 03/25/2015 12:00 am
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