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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 6
Affirmative Defense
ADR
Arbitration
Arbitrator
allows defendant to present evidence that condition was resul…
Alternative Dispute Resolution-methods use to resolve a civil…
submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative Defense
allows defendant to present evidence that condition was resul…
ADR
Alternative Dispute Resolution-methods use to resolve a civil…
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Chapter 6 key terms medical law and ethics 6th edition
Affirmative defense
Assumption of risk
Claims-made insurance
Comparative negligence
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
A legal defense that prevents a plaintiff from recovering dam…
A type of liability insurance that covers the insured only fo…
A defense, similar to contributory negligence, that the plain…
Affirmative defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Assumption of risk
A legal defense that prevents a plaintiff from recovering dam…
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Chapter 6 - Medical Law & Ethics
Affirmative defense
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Arbitration
Arbitrator
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
A person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Six)
Malpractice
Negligence
Feasance
Malfeasance
professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
an unintentional action that occurs when a person either perf…
doing an act or performing a duty
performing an illegal act
Malpractice
professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Negligence
an unintentional action that occurs when a person either perf…
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 6
denial
affirmative defenses
contributory negligence (Broad)
comparative negligence(80%-20%)
A defense that claims innocence of the charges or that one or…
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
An affirmative defense that alleges that the plaintiff, throu…
An affirmative defense claimed by the defendant, alleging tha…
denial
A defense that claims innocence of the charges or that one or…
affirmative defenses
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
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Chapter 6 Medical Law and Ethics
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Affirmative defense
Arbitration
Borrowed servant doctrine
methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
a special application of respondeat superior in which an empl…
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Affirmative defense
allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
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Medical Law Ethics Chapter 6
Affirmative Defense
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Arbitration
Arbitrator
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
Person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative Defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
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Medical Law And Ethics Chapter 3 Fourth edition
Endorsement
Reciprocity
Revoke
Accreditation
approval or sanction
This practice of cooperation by which a state grants license…
a state takes a physicians license for cases of severe miscon…
a voluntary process in which an agency is requested to offici…
Endorsement
approval or sanction
Reciprocity
This practice of cooperation by which a state grants license…
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 6
Affirmative Defense
ADR
Arbitration
Arbitrator
allows defendant to present evidence that condition was resul…
Alternative Dispute Resolution-methods use to resolve a civil…
submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative Defense
allows defendant to present evidence that condition was resul…
ADR
Alternative Dispute Resolution-methods use to resolve a civil…
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Chapter 6 medical law and ethics
Liable
Rider
Tort
Proximate
Legally responsible for one's actions
Add-on to an insurance policy
A civil wrong
Direct cause of injury
Liable
Legally responsible for one's actions
Rider
Add-on to an insurance policy
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Medical Law and Ethics Terminology Chapter 6
Affirmative defense
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Arbitration
Arbitrator
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
A person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties.
Affirmative defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
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Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 6 terms
Malpractice
Negligence
Feasance
Malfeasance
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Occurs when a person either performs or fails to preform an a…
Doing an act or preforming a duty.
Refers to preforming a wrong and illegal act.
Malpractice
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Negligence
Occurs when a person either performs or fails to preform an a…
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Chapter 6 - Medical Law & Ethics
Affirmative defense
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Arbitration
Arbitrator
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
A person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
56 terms
Chapter 6 - Medical Law & Ethics
Affirmative defense
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Arbitration
Arbitrator
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
A person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties
Affirmative defense
Allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
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Chapter 6 Medical Law & Ethics
affirmative defense
alternative dispute resolution
arbitration
arbitrator
allows the defendant (usually a physician or hospital), to pr…
methods other than going to court to solve civil disputes
submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
a person chosen to decide a disagreement between 2 parties
affirmative defense
allows the defendant (usually a physician or hospital), to pr…
alternative dispute resolution
methods other than going to court to solve civil disputes
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Medical Law & Ethics (CHAPTER 6)
Affirmative Defenses
Arbitration
Assumption of Risk
Borrowed Servant Doctrine
Allows the defendant to present evidence that the patient's c…
Submitted a dispute for resolution to person other than a jud…
Legal defense that prevents a plaintiff from recovering damag…
Special application of respondeat superior in which an employ…
Affirmative Defenses
Allows the defendant to present evidence that the patient's c…
Arbitration
Submitted a dispute for resolution to person other than a jud…
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Chapter 6 and 7 Medical law & ethics
Treasure
Negligence
abandonment
euthanasia
most serious attempting to overthrow the government
failure to care for the patient
discontinue medical care without notice
ending a persons life to stop them from suffering
Treasure
most serious attempting to overthrow the government
Negligence
failure to care for the patient
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…
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 6 Outline
4 C's of Medical Malpractice Prevention
Caring
communication
competence
-caring... -communication... -competence... -charting
-showing you care may make a difference if adverse events occ…
-communicate clearly and ask for conformation... -relay communic…
-follow standards of care and appropriate procedures... -constan…
4 C's of Medical Malpractice Prevention
-caring... -communication... -competence... -charting
Caring
-showing you care may make a difference if adverse events occ…
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Chapter 6 & 7 - Medical Law, Ethics and Confidentiality
Introspection
Special Damages
Duty
Emancipated Minor
inward reflective examination of one's own feelings and thoug…
injuries that are not necessary consequence of a physician's…
a obligatory task; function that arises from one's position
a person under legal age; living apart from parents/guardians
Introspection
inward reflective examination of one's own feelings and thoug…
Special Damages
injuries that are not necessary consequence of a physician's…
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Chapter 3 key terms medical law and ethics 6th edition
Accreditation
Allopathic
Associate practice
Certification
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally, "different suffering"; referring to the medical ph…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
Accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Allopathic
Literally, "different suffering"; referring to the medical ph…
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 6 revised
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Affirmative defense
Arbitration
Arbitrator
methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
a person chosen to decide a disagreement between two parties.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
Affirmative defense
allows the defendant (usually physician or hospital) to prese…
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Chapter 6 (Vocabulary) Medical Law and Ethics
Assumption of risk
Feasance
Nominal damages
Punitive damages
A legal defense that prevents the plaintiff from recovering d…
Act of performing.
Slight token, or payment.
Meant to punish offender : aka exemplary damages.
Assumption of risk
A legal defense that prevents the plaintiff from recovering d…
Feasance
Act of performing.
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics
Learning Objectives
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Learning Objectives
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Five)
Abandonment
Against Medical Advice (AMA)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
when a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
a disease resulting in infections that occur as a result of e…
the virus that causes the immune system to break down and can…
Abandonment
withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
Against Medical Advice (AMA)
when a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Four)
Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
Fixed-Payment Plan
Third-Party Payers
Gatekeeper
a type of managed care plan that offers a range of health ser…
a payment plan for medical bills that offers subscribers (mem…
a party other than the patient who assumes responsibility for…
the person, such as a primary care physician, or entity, such…
Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
a type of managed care plan that offers a range of health ser…
Fixed-Payment Plan
a payment plan for medical bills that offers subscribers (mem…
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics
Learning Objectives
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Learning Objectives
Identify & explain tort law.... Describe the elements of neglige…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Eight)
Stereotyping
Bias
Ethnocentric
Autonomy
negative generalities concerning specific characteristics abo…
unfair dislike or preference for something
a belief that one's cultural background is better than any ot…
Independence
Stereotyping
negative generalities concerning specific characteristics abo…
Bias
unfair dislike or preference for something
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Twelve)
Embryo
Fetus
Gestational Period
Artificial Insemination (AI)
unborn child between the second and twelfth week after concep…
unborn child from the third month after conception until birth
time before birth during which the fetus is developing, usual…
the injection of seminal fluid that contains male sperm into…
Embryo
unborn child between the second and twelfth week after concep…
Fetus
unborn child from the third month after conception until birth
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medical law and ethics Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
Certification
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Two)
Checks and Balances
Constitutional Law
Regulations
Common Law
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
rules or laws made by agencies
also called case law, common law is based on decisions made b…
Checks and Balances
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
Constitutional Law
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Ten)
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
Privacy Rule
Protected Health Information (PHI)
Notice of Privacy Practices (NPP)
regulates the privacy of patients' health information
a requirement that all covered entities under HIPAA must be i…
any individually identifiable information that relates to the…
a written statement that details the provider's privacy pract…
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
regulates the privacy of patients' health information
Privacy Rule
a requirement that all covered entities under HIPAA must be i…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter One)
Applied Ethics
Bioethics
Litigious
Medical Practice Acts
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
excessively inclined to sue
laws established in all fifty states that define the practice…
Applied Ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Bioethics
also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter One)
Applied Ethics
Bioethics
Litigious
Medical Practice Acts
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
excessively inclined to sue
laws established in all fifty states that define the practice…
Applied Ethics
the practical application of moral standards to the conduct o…
Bioethics
also called biomedical ethics, the moral dilemmas and issues…
45 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Two)
Checks and Balances
Constitutional Law
Regulations
Common Law
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
rules or laws made by agencies
also called case law, common law is based on decisions made b…
Checks and Balances
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
Constitutional Law
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Eleven)
Control Group
Censure
Expulsion
Allege
research subjects who receive no treatment
to find fault with, criticize, or condemn
the act of forcing out
to assert or declare without proof
Control Group
research subjects who receive no treatment
Censure
to find fault with, criticize, or condemn
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Three)
Endorsement
Reciprocity
Revoke
Standard of Care
an approval or sanction
the cooperation of one state in granting a license to practic…
take away, as in revoke a license
the ordinary skill and care that medical practitioners use an…
Endorsement
an approval or sanction
Reciprocity
the cooperation of one state in granting a license to practic…
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Law and Ethics for Medical Careers fifth edition, chapter 3
Administrative Law
Agent
Breach of Contract
Case Law
Enabling statutes enacted to define powers and procedures whe…
One who acts for or represents another. In performing workpla…
Failure of either party to comply with the terms of a legally…
Laws established through common law and legal precedent.
Administrative Law
Enabling statutes enacted to define powers and procedures whe…
Agent
One who acts for or represents another. In performing workpla…
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Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Five)
Abandonment
Against Medical Advice (AMA)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AI…
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
when a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
a disease resulting in infections that occur as a result of e…
the virus that causes the immune system to break down and can…
Abandonment
withdrawing medical care from a patient without providing suf…
Against Medical Advice (AMA)
when a noncompliant patient leaves a hospital without physici…
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Chapter 3: Medical Law and Ethics
administrative law
advance directive
bioethics
breach of contract
laws governing the administration of agency regulations
document that allows patients to request that life-sustaining…
ethical decisions pertaining to life issues such as stem cell…
failure by either party in a valid contract to comply with te…
administrative law
laws governing the administration of agency regulations
advance directive
document that allows patients to request that life-sustaining…
45 terms
Medical Law and Ethics Third Edition (Chapter Two)
Checks and Balances
Constitutional Law
Regulations
Common Law
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
rules or laws made by agencies
also called case law, common law is based on decisions made b…
Checks and Balances
designed by the framers of the Constitution so that no one br…
Constitutional Law
the inviolable rights, privileges, or immunities secured and…
15 terms
Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Medical Law and Ethics chapter 3
Medical Practice Acts establish
Medical Practice Acts provide
Medical Practice Acts determine
Medical Practice Acts forbid
examining boards
baseline for practice of medicine
prerequisites for licensure
practice of medicine without a license
Medical Practice Acts establish
examining boards
Medical Practice Acts provide
baseline for practice of medicine
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medical law and ethics Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
Certification
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
33 terms
Chapter 3 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…
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