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136 terms
Medical Law
law
federal government three branches
Executive branch
Judicial branch
body of regulations that governs society
legislative, judicial and executive
implements laws
interprets laws
law
body of regulations that governs society
federal government three branches
legislative, judicial and executive
72 terms
Medical Law
Allegation
arbitration
contributory negligence
expert witness
Dr. Parker insists that a medical assistant be present during…
Many physician offices require patients to sign a(n) ________…
If a person contributes to a patient's poor condition, he or…
Dr. Samantha Beddingfield was called to court to discuss her…
Allegation
Dr. Parker insists that a medical assistant be present during…
arbitration
Many physician offices require patients to sign a(n) ________…
medical law
plaintiff
defensive medicine
why do patients sue?... -cancer
why do patients sue?... -birth injury
the person who brings a case against another in a court of law
treating potential plaintiff, not treating the patient
misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, delay in diagnosis
negligent maternity care
plaintiff
the person who brings a case against another in a court of law
defensive medicine
treating potential plaintiff, not treating the patient
38 terms
Medical Law
a patient's claim that they have been…
the standard of Care for radiologic te…
the branch of government that belongs…
the failure to use such care as a resp…
Tort
ASRT
Legislative branch
Negligence
a patient's claim that they have been…
Tort
the standard of Care for radiologic te…
ASRT
28 terms
Medical Law
Malpractice
Example of Battery
Example of Libel
Example of Negligence
"bad practice"; failure of a professional to use the degree o…
a physical therapist treats a child without parental consent
a dentist writes a letter to a newspaper editor claiming that…
a nursing assistant used hot bath water and burned a patient
Malpractice
"bad practice"; failure of a professional to use the degree o…
Example of Battery
a physical therapist treats a child without parental consent
45 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
concerned with acts that are not criminal but involve relatio…
minor crimes, pay a fine, probation, community service, and r…
major crime, rape, murder, burglary ; 1+ years in jail, or de…
Criminal Law
governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
Civil Law
concerned with acts that are not criminal but involve relatio…
32 terms
Medical law
SOURCES OF LAW
Constitutional law
Statutes
regulations.
The speed limit, like all other laws, originated from a gover…
consists of both the U.S. Constitution and the constitutions…
are laws passed by legislative bodies, either Congress or a s…
rules or laws made by agencies.
SOURCES OF LAW
The speed limit, like all other laws, originated from a gover…
Constitutional law
consists of both the U.S. Constitution and the constitutions…
113 terms
Medical Law
T or F: Medical specialization means f…
T or F: Laws are societal, man-made ru…
T or F: Ethics is easier to define tha…
T or F: Clients expect to be treated w…
F
T
F
T
T or F: Medical specialization means f…
F
T or F: Laws are societal, man-made ru…
T
25 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Terminology
Abandonment
Abuse
Advance Directives
Battery
withdrawal by a physician from the care of a patient without…
Wrong or improper use.
documents signed by the patient and witnesses, stating the pa…
unlawful touching; touching a person without his/her consent.
Abandonment
withdrawal by a physician from the care of a patient without…
Abuse
Wrong or improper use.
16 terms
Medical Law
Assault
Battery
Fraud
Crimminal
open threat of bodily harm to another
bodily contact made without permission
dishonest or deceitful practices when you deprive his or her…
a person that commits a crime
Assault
open threat of bodily harm to another
Battery
bodily contact made without permission
19 terms
Medical Law
Civil Law
Criminal Law
Contracts
Malpractice
protect people's right; focus on relationship between people
addresses wrongdoing aganist a person, property or society
agreements between two or more parties
"bad practice"; failure of a [rpfessional to use the degree o…
Civil Law
protect people's right; focus on relationship between people
Criminal Law
addresses wrongdoing aganist a person, property or society
37 terms
Medical law & ethics(abbreviations)
NBME
FLEX
USMLE
Endorsement
National Board of medical examiners
Federal licensing examination
US medical licensing examination
Approval, sanction
NBME
National Board of medical examiners
FLEX
Federal licensing examination
54 terms
Medical Law
Private Law:
Common Law
Precedent -
Res Judicata -
deals with relationships... among individuals
• derived from judicial decisions... • body of principles that e…
judicial decision that may be used... as standard in subsequent…
- "The thing is decided" ... • refers to what has been previousl…
Private Law:
deals with relationships... among individuals
Common Law
• derived from judicial decisions... • body of principles that e…
136 terms
Medical Law
law
federal government three branches
Executive branch
Judicial branch
body of regulations that governs society
legislative, judicial and executive
implements laws
interprets laws
law
body of regulations that governs society
federal government three branches
legislative, judicial and executive
178 terms
Medical Law
Law may be defined as:
Which of the following statements is N…
Medical office personnel act as agents…
What is the purpose of formalized code…
a rule of conduct
having his or her medical license revoked
a health maintenance organization, a clinic, a single physician
to increase the competence and standard of care within the pr…
Law may be defined as:
a rule of conduct
Which of the following statements is N…
having his or her medical license revoked
25 terms
Medical Law
The Main Body who creates laws
The law constitution check
Where you as a Soldier work?
What is the purpose of the US Constitu…
The Congress, Senate and House/ Legislative Branch
The Supreme Court/Judicial Branch
The Department of Defense
Supreme Law of the land... To grant of power from the states to…
The Main Body who creates laws
The Congress, Senate and House/ Legislative Branch
The law constitution check
The Supreme Court/Judicial Branch
37 terms
Medical Law
law
congress
supremacy clause
example of federal law
a system of rules enforced through a collection of institutio…
makes federal law
laws created by congress apply to everyone in the country
the patient protection and affordable care act ( health care…
law
a system of rules enforced through a collection of institutio…
congress
makes federal law
37 terms
Medical law
Law
Etiquette
Ethic
The four D's of Negeligence
A rules of conduct
Rules used in the workplace are called protocol
A standard of behavior and a concept of e right n wrong beyon…
Duty, direct cause, direlict, damage
Law
A rules of conduct
Etiquette
Rules used in the workplace are called protocol
178 terms
Medical Law, Ethics & Professionalism
Law may be defined as:
Which of the following statements is N…
Medical office personnel act as agents…
What is the purpose of formalized code…
a rule of conduct
having his or her medical license revoked
a health maintenance organization, a clinic, a single physician
to increase the competence and standard of care within the pr…
Law may be defined as:
a rule of conduct
Which of the following statements is N…
having his or her medical license revoked
25 terms
Medical Law - Chapter 24
assault
battery
defamation
false imprisonment
any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury and any inten…
any unlawful touching of another that is without justificatio…
holding up a person to ridicule, scorn, or contempt in a resp…
conscious restraint of the freedom of a person without proper…
assault
any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury and any inten…
battery
any unlawful touching of another that is without justificatio…
33 terms
Medical Assistant Medical Law and Ethics
administrative law
advanced directive
bioethics
breach of contract
this law covers regulations that are set by governmental agen…
this includes not only a living will but a durable power of a…
this refers to ethical decisions pertaining to life issues ex…
this occurs when either party do not comply with with the ter…
administrative law
this law covers regulations that are set by governmental agen…
advanced directive
this includes not only a living will but a durable power of a…
47 terms
Medical Law and Ethics
What is right and wrong conduct
The most common type of medical tort l…
A person sued is called the
An unlawful threat or attempt to do bo…
Ethics
Negligence
defendant
assault
What is right and wrong conduct
Ethics
The most common type of medical tort l…
Negligence
11 terms
410MLE ... Medical Law & Ethics - Chapter 05
Abandonment
Advance Directive
AMA (against medical advise)
Consent
Withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
The various methods by which a patient has the right to self-…
When a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
The voluntary agreement that a patient gives to allow a medic…
Abandonment
Withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
Advance Directive
The various methods by which a patient has the right to self-…
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Accountable Care Organization
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally "different suffering" referring to the medical phil…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
43 terms
Medical Ethics & Law
Medical Records
Legal documents in lawsuits from the d…
Corrections to medical documents shoul…
True or False: medical records take pr…
record of a patient's medical information (as medical history…
Medical records
with blue or black ink, with a single line drawn through it,…
TRUE
Medical Records
record of a patient's medical information (as medical history…
Legal documents in lawsuits from the d…
Medical records
38 terms
Medical Law
a patient's claim that they have been…
the standard of Care for radiologic te…
the branch of government that belongs…
the failure to use such care as a resp…
Tort
ASRT
Legislative branch
Negligence
a patient's claim that they have been…
Tort
the standard of Care for radiologic te…
ASRT
46 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; a…
A serious crime
Criminal Law
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
Civil Law
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
-Governs violations punishable as offenses against the state…
-Acts not criminal but involves relationships between individ…
-Minor crime, fines, probation, community service
-Major crime, 1+ years in jail, death, lose voting, certain j…
Criminal Law
-Governs violations punishable as offenses against the state…
Civil Law
-Acts not criminal but involves relationships between individ…
47 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
a system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; a…
A serious crime
Criminal Law
a system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
Civil Law
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
27 terms
Medical law
Constitution
Legislative and administrative
Case law
Standard of care
Most important foundation supreme law protect individual righ…
Statutes and regulations written at local state and federal l…
Case-by-case basis by a judge or jury
Part of common law stands as a measure or rule against which…
Constitution
Most important foundation supreme law protect individual righ…
Legislative and administrative
Statutes and regulations written at local state and federal l…
46 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
Governs violations punishable as offenses against the sate or…
Concerned with acts that are not criminal but, involve relati…
Minor crimes, pay fine, probation, community service, and res…
Major crime, rape, murder, and burglary
Criminal Law
Governs violations punishable as offenses against the sate or…
Civil Law
Concerned with acts that are not criminal but, involve relati…
47 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
concerned with acts that are not criminal but involve relatio…
minor crimes, pay a fine, probation, community service, and r…
major crime, rape, murder, burglary ; 1+ years in jail, or de…
Criminal Law
governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
Civil Law
concerned with acts that are not criminal but involve relatio…
17 terms
Medical Law Overview of Law
1. Which of the following is the defin…
2.The doctrine under which judges are…
3. Appellate court decisions are bindi…
4. What is the supreme law of the land?
Law that defines, describes and creates legal rights and obli…
Stare Decisis
Persuasive(trial courts underneath are bound by precedent)
Constitution (all legislation must be in conformity -unless y…
1. Which of the following is the defin…
Law that defines, describes and creates legal rights and obli…
2.The doctrine under which judges are…
Stare Decisis
21 terms
medical law
duty of care
malfeasance
nonfeasance
privileged communication
the obligation of health care professionals to pt. and in som…
the performance of a totally wrongful and unlaw act
failure to act when one should
information held confidential within a protected relationship
duty of care
the obligation of health care professionals to pt. and in som…
malfeasance
the performance of a totally wrongful and unlaw act
51 terms
Medical law
statutory
indictment
Tort
retribution
Pt a law
A written accusation i charging a party for committing a crime
A private wrong or injury
Something given or demand in payment for criminal wrongdoing
statutory
Pt a law
indictment
A written accusation i charging a party for committing a crime
32 terms
medical law
appropriate
assault
battery
competent
suitable
a threat or an attempt to injure a person
unlawful touching of another person without their consent
capable
appropriate
suitable
assault
a threat or an attempt to injure a person
41 terms
Chapter 5 - Medical Law & Ethics
Abandonment
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (A…
Advance directive
Against medical advice (AMA)
Withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
A disease resulting in infections that occur as a result of e…
The various methods by which a patient has the right to self-…
When a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
Abandonment
Withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (A…
A disease resulting in infections that occur as a result of e…
46 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; a…
A serious crime
Criminal Law
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
Civil Law
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
12 terms
Medical Law
Assault
Battery
Defamation
False Imprisonment
Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury on the person…
Any unlawful touching of another that is without justificatio…
Holding up a person to ridicule, scorn, or contempt in a resp…
Conscious restraint of the freedom of a person without proper…
Assault
Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury on the person…
Battery
Any unlawful touching of another that is without justificatio…
24 terms
Medical law
Libel
Slander
Arbitration
Subpoena
written words of defamation
Spoken words of defamation
determination of a cause without litigation
Official document ordering a person to appear in court.
Libel
written words of defamation
Slander
Spoken words of defamation
47 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; a…
A serious crime
Criminal Law
A law that defines crimes against the public order.
Civil Law
A law that governs relationships between individuals and defi…
47 terms
Medical Law
criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
felony
a system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
the system of law concerned with private relations between me…
a minor wrongdoing
a crime, typically one involving violence, regarded as more s…
criminal Law
a system of law concerned with the punishment of those who co…
Civil Law
the system of law concerned with private relations between me…
30 terms
Medical Law
civil law
criminal law
Contracts
Torts
protects peoples rights/ focuses on relationship between people
adresses wrong doing against a person, property, or society
agreements between 2 or more parties
wrongful acts that do not involve contracts
civil law
protects peoples rights/ focuses on relationship between people
criminal law
adresses wrong doing against a person, property, or society
46 terms
Medical Law
Criminal Law
Civil Law
Misdemeanor
Felony
Governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
Acts that are not criminal but involve relationships between…
Minor crimes, which results in probation, a fine, or communit…
Major Crime for example, rape, murder, burglary
Criminal Law
Governs violations punishable as offenses against the state o…
Civil Law
Acts that are not criminal but involve relationships between…
29 terms
Medical law
Assault
Fidelity
Bill of rights
Libel
Claim may arise when a patient believes he or she has been th…
Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by c…
Clearly defines that health records are to be held private an…
Involves written comments or pictures
Assault
Claim may arise when a patient believes he or she has been th…
Fidelity
Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by c…
15 terms
Section 4: Medical Law and Ethics
wrongful death
anencephalic
sanctity
genetic
Death caused by negligence.
A child born without a brain but with a brain stem.
A condition of being inviolable.
Resulting from genes or attributable to them
wrongful death
Death caused by negligence.
anencephalic
A child born without a brain but with a brain stem.
19 terms
Medical Law
Six functions of a doctrine
Types of Law
1st Form of Law: Constituitoin
2nd Form of law: Legislative
- protect individual autonomy ... - protect patient status as hu…
- Constitution... - Legistlative or administrative laws... - Case Law
- supreme law of land; individual rights
- laws that were enacted by legislative bodies; statues and r…
Six functions of a doctrine
- protect individual autonomy ... - protect patient status as hu…
Types of Law
- Constitution... - Legistlative or administrative laws... - Case Law
12 terms
Medical Law
Administrative Law
Advanced Directive
Case Law
Civil Law
Regulations, or laws, established by government agencies to r…
Legal document that establishes a patient's wishes for medica…
Common law; Law established by the judicial system.
The type of law that involves a relationship between individu…
Administrative Law
Regulations, or laws, established by government agencies to r…
Advanced Directive
Legal document that establishes a patient's wishes for medica…
Medical Law & Ethics (Quiz #1)-Medical Law
Tort
ASRT
Legislative Branch
Negligence
A parients claim that they have been wronged or injured is kn…
The standard of care for radiologic technologist is maintaine…
The branch of government that belongs to Congress is the:
The failure to use such care as a reasonable and prudent pers…
Tort
A parients claim that they have been wronged or injured is kn…
ASRT
The standard of care for radiologic technologist is maintaine…
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