5 edition of Bureaucratic malpractice: hospital regulation in New Jersey found in the catalog.
Bureaucratic malpractice: hospital regulation in New Jersey
Center for Analysis of Public Issues.
in Princeton, N.J
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Robert S. Powell, Jr. [and others]|
|Contributions||Powell, Robert S.|
|LC Classifications||KFN2161 .C4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||74170390|
More and more nurses are being named defendants in malpractice lawsuits, according to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB). From to , for instance, the number of malpractice payments made by nurses increased from to (see Figure 1, page 55).The trend shows no signs of stopping, despite efforts by nursing educators to inform nurses and student nurses of their legal . Medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, doctor or other health care professional, through a negligent act or omission, causes an injury to a patient. The negligence might be the result of errors in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare or health management.
The book examines: • How hospital rate regulation raises hospital prices • “No-fault” medical malpractice increases the occurrence of faulty medicine • FDA regulation is a major cause for escalating cost and delays of new drugs • The special interest genesis of Medicare • Consumer advantages of medical savings accounts and health. A largely hidden issue of the COVID pandemic is the risk of medical malpractice, and the consequences for you, health care workers and hospitals alike; New Jersey has granted civil and criminal immunity to health care providers battling COVID
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Bureaucratic malpractice: hospital regulation in New Jersey. Princeton, N.J.  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Powell; Center for Analysis of Public Issues.
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Bureaucratic Malpractice. Laws of the State of New Jersey, chap. Letter from the president of the New Jersey Hospital Association, Jack Owen, to the deputy commissioner of health Cited by: 7. Analysis of Public Issues, "Bureaucratic Malpractice: Hospital Regulation in New Jersey." AUTOGRP: An Interactive Computer System for the Analysis of Health Care Data." Center for the Study of Health Services, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale.
Legislators in New York, New Jersey and Michigan have issued executive orders or passed legislation in the past weeks that protect doctors, nurses and other hospital staff from lawsuits.
The New Jersey Tort Claims Act found at N.J.S.A, requires an individual with a potential claim against a public entity or their employees to file such a claim within days of the alleged incident.
This statute applies to any claim for any injury caused by an “action or omission of the public entity or their employees.”.
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These chapters also examine the pleadings, defenses including the statute of limitations, voir dire and jury charges specific to malpractice cases. Finally, Chapter 10 provides a thorough discussion of the federal and New Jersey statutes and regulations regarding electronic medical records.
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Find a wide variety of forms from initial summons through ADR, trial and relief, as well as non-litigation sample documents. A largely hidden issue of the COVID pandemic is the risk of medical malpractice, and the consequences for patients, health care workers and hospitals alike.
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The worst states include Illinois and a cluster of states on the East Coast: New York, DC, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. In all of these states, litigation is frequent and malpractice premiums for physicians are debilitating (OBGYNs and surgeons in New York City and Philadelphia pay north of $, per year) [ 31 ].
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