George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Presents on Medical Staff Issues, HIPAA, Hip Implants, Products Liability and Other Issues
Webster University Health Law Administration Class 2013
George F. Indest III and The Health Law Firm's attorneys lecture a Health Law Administration Class at Webster University. The course introduces the law and legal processes that affect health administration. The course presents an overview of legal principles concerned with torts, contracts, and liability in health administration, including the legal standing of individuals covered by various types of health insurance. Legal elements of labor relations in the health care field and the legal obligations and malpractice law are discussed as they apply to health professionals.
Involuntary Mental Health Confinement in Florida-Baker Act and Marchman Act
Is There Civil Liability for the General Practice Physician who Refers to a Specialist?
Example of Corporate Negligence for Credentialing Decisions
Authority of Hospital Board of Directors or Trustees
How Long Are Reports Kept in the National Practitioiner Data Bank (NPDB)?
Medical Staff Self-Governance in Hospitals
What is the Primary Purpose of a Medical Record?
The History of the Contents of Medical Records
Who Owns the Medical Record?
Regulations Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
What is Spoliation of Evidence?
Examples of Implied Consent
Is One Consent Form Good Forever?
Example of Products Liability Cases: Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants
Example of a Breech of a Contract
The Liability of Using a Defective Product Usually Falls on the Manufacturer
When a Patient Refuses Medical Care, How Much Liability Falls on the Doctor or Hospital?
Can Lack of Informed Consent Be Considered Battery?
Health Care Proxy-Who Will Speak for You? What is the Difference Between a Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney?