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Health Law Section Publications: The Health Lawyer

Health Law Section Publications: The Health Lawyer

Volume 12 (1999-2000)

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$5.00 each

Vol. 12 No. 6 (August, 2000)

  • When Collaboration Becomes Collusion: State of New York ex rel. Spitzer v, Saint Francis Hospital
  • Managed Care Liability: The Outlook After Pegram v. Herdrich
  • Fraud and Abuse Update
  • Defensiveness in the Face of Error is Human, Too
  • Physician-Hospital Organizations: A U.S. Trend and Overview

Product code: 56300011206     Price: $5.00

Vol. 12 No. 5 (June, 2000)

  • The Institute of Medicine Report on Reducing Medical Error and Its Implications for Healthcare Providers and Attorneys
  • OIG Issues Draft Compliance Guidance for Individual and Small Group Physician Practices
  • Hospital Affiliated Group Practices Desperate times, Desperate Measures
  • Private Lawsuits Under EMTALA
  • Truth and Its Consequences: Should You Disclose Overbillings to Law Enforcement?
  • Planned Changes to the Medicare Administrative Appeals System: Moving Toward a Better Framework for ALJ Appeals

Product code: 56300011205     Price: $5.00

Vol. 12 No. 4 (April, 2000)

  • Don’t Get Dinged on Your Next Medicare Audit! What to Look for in Your Part A and Part B Compliance Audits
  • OIG Special Fraud Alert: Rental of Space in Physician Offices by Person or Entities to Which the Person Refers
  • U.S. Supreme Court Limits Federal Court Review of Medcare Challenges: Shala v. Illinois Council on Long Term Care, Inc.

Product code: 56300011204     Price: $5.00

Vol. 12 No. 3 (February, 2000)

  • Navigating the New Safe Harbors to the Anti-Kickback Statute
  • National Labor Relations Board Rules the Interns and Residents May Unionize
  • Office of the Inspector General’s Special Advisory Bulletin on the Effect of Exclusion from Participation in Federal Health Care Programs
  • The Hazards of a Speedy Pay Discount for Medicare Copayments and Deductibles
  • The Fifth Circuit Holds Qui Tam Suits Without Government Intervention Unconstitutional in Riley v St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital
  • Hospital Charitable Bequests and Trusts
  • OIG/HCFA Special Advisory Bulletin on Patient Anti-Dumping Statute – "Obligations of Hospitals to Render Emergency Care to Enrolees of Managed Care Plans"

Product code: 56300011203   Price: $5.00

Vol. 12 No. 2 (December, 1999)

  • Proposed Federal Privacy Rules: Locking the Electronic File Cabinet
  • OIG Issues Report on Hospital Ownership of Physician Practices
  • HCFA Clarifies the Provision of Dialysis Services in Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Decision on the Dissemination of Scientific Information on Off-Label Uses of Prescription Drugs

Product code: 56300011202     Price: $5.00

Vol. 12 No. 1 (October, 1999)

  • Highlights of Issues Regarding Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
  • Handling the Double-Edged Sword: Insurers and the Fight Against Health Care Fraud
  • OIG Issues Draft Compliance Guidance for the Hospice Industry and Medicare+Choice Organizations
  • Maintaing Professional Liability Insurance Coverage: Basics for the Careful ShopperEmployee
  • Interview Techniques for Healthcare Organizations Responding to a Fraud Investigation
  • Product code: 56300011201     Price: $5.00

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