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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 & 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…
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 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 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 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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Medical Law and Ethics CHAP 6
Occurrence insurance
Claims-Made insurance
Assumption of Risk
Rule of Discovery
policies protect insured physician from claims made for acts…
Liability insurance that covers the insured party for only th…
A defense against negligence that can be used when the plaint…
The statute of limitations begins to run at the time the inju…
Occurrence insurance
policies protect insured physician from claims made for acts…
Claims-Made insurance
Liability insurance that covers the insured party for only th…
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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 & 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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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 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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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 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)
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 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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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
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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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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 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 (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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Chapter 6 Law and Ethics
Statute of Limitations
Res Judicata
Denial
Emergency
The _____ is the time limit for filling a lawsuit
Under _____a claim may not be retired between the same two pa…
When the defendant alleges that he or she did not wrong that…
Under the ______ defense, a health care practitioner who come…
Statute of Limitations
The _____ is the time limit for filling a lawsuit
Res Judicata
Under _____a claim may not be retired between the same two pa…
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Chapter 6 Law & Ethics
Prevention is preferable to litigation…
Health care practitioners who use reas…
Four c's
Caring
Malpractice
least likely to be faced with defending against such claims
Caring, Communication, Competence , Charting
Showing you care may make a difference if adverse events occu…
Prevention is preferable to litigation…
Malpractice
Health care practitioners who use reas…
least likely to be faced with defending against such claims
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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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Medical Law & Ethics ch 6
Assets
Bargaining unit
Bylaws
Capital
personal belongings & property owned by a person or, if he or…
the labor union, or group of employees with similar interests…
regulations adopted by a corporation or association to govern…
the assets in money or property accumulated by individual, pa…
Assets
personal belongings & property owned by a person or, if he or…
Bargaining unit
the labor union, or group of employees with similar interests…
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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-…
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medical law & ethics chp 6
A health care practitioner who practic…
A physician assistant (PA) accused of…
A physician assistant (PA) is constant…
A physician being sued for medical mal…
Caring
Denial
Competence
Contributory negligence
A health care practitioner who practic…
Caring
A physician assistant (PA) accused of…
Denial
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Law and Ethics chapter 6 Review
Denial
Affirmative defense
Contributory negligence
Assumption of Risk
Defense claiming innocence or that 1 of the 4 D's is lacking
Defense allowing the accused to present evidence that the pat…
Affirmative defense that the patient did something to make th…
Defense claiming that the patient knew and accepted all risks…
Denial
Defense claiming innocence or that 1 of the 4 D's is lacking
Affirmative defense
Defense allowing the accused to present evidence that the pat…
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Chapter 6 law and ethics
Malpractice prevention
Denial
Affirmative defenses
Contributory negligence
Caring, communication, competence, charities
A defense that claims innocence of the charges or that one or…
Defense use by defendants and medical professional liability…
Affirmative defense the legis- that the plaintiff through a l…
Malpractice prevention
Caring, communication, competence, charities
Denial
A defense that claims innocence of the charges or that one or…
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MEDTECH Law and Ethics Ch 6
venue...
capitation....
probable cause...
disparate
a particular county or geographic area where a court may try…
a uniform, per-person payment or fee
having more evidence for than against
a marked difference between two things
venue...
a particular county or geographic area where a court may try…
capitation....
a uniform, per-person payment or fee
Law and Ethics - Chapter 6
Appellant
Arraignment
Civil Case
Closing Agruements
One who appeals to a court decision to a higher court
The procedure of calling someone before a court to answer a c…
Court action between private parties, corporations, govt bodi…
Summary and last statements made by opposing attorneys at a h…
Appellant
One who appeals to a court decision to a higher court
Arraignment
The procedure of calling someone before a court to answer a c…
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410MLE ... Medical Law & Ethics - Chapter 06
Arbitration
Compensatory damages
Duty
Fraud
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
An amount of money awarded by the court to make up for loss o…
Obligation or responsibility.
The deliberate concealment of the facts from another person f…
Arbitration
Submitting a dispute for resolution to a person other than a…
Compensatory damages
An amount of money awarded by the court to make up for loss o…
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Law and Ethics chapter 6
Denial
Affirmative Defenses
Contributory Negligence
Comparative Negligence
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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Law & Ethics Chapter 6
Malpractice
Fraud is a type of
Fraud
Negligence
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Intentional misconduct
Deliberate concealment of facts from another person for unlaw…
Failing to do what another competent practitioner would have…
Malpractice
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Fraud is a type of
Intentional misconduct
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 ch.6
Tort
Objectives of a tort
Negligence
Malpractice
Civil wrong committed against a person or property where a co…
1.Preservation of peace, 2.Culpability 3.Detterance 4.Compens…
Unintentional commission or omission of an act that a reasona…
Neglegence/ Carelessness of a professional person
Tort
Civil wrong committed against a person or property where a co…
Objectives of a tort
1.Preservation of peace, 2.Culpability 3.Detterance 4.Compens…
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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…
10 terms
chapter 7 law and medical ethics
Autopsy
Public Health Records & Vital Statistics
Probable Cause
Signs of Child Abuse
a postmortem examination to discover the cause of death or th…
Vital events in a persons life, used by government to determi…
State requires Reasonable belief that evidence of a crime wil…
Head injuries; bruises and welts in the shapes of objects; Bu…
Autopsy
a postmortem examination to discover the cause of death or th…
Public Health Records & Vital Statistics
Vital events in a persons life, used by government to determi…
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Medical Law and Ethics Chapter 11
genetics
DNA
genes
genome
_________________________ is the science that accounts for na…
_____________________ is the combination of proteins called n…
A 5-year old female has the same eye and hair color as her mo…
The genes that make up the human ___________________ -- all t…
genetics
_________________________ is the science that accounts for na…
DNA
_____________________ is the combination of proteins called n…
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Medical Law & Ethics - Chapter 2
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
ASSAULT
BATTERY
BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT
a branch of law that covers regulations set by government age…
imminent apprehension of bodily harm
bodily harm and unlawful touching (touching without consent o…
evidence that is almost an absolute certainty that person did…
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
a branch of law that covers regulations set by government age…
ASSAULT
imminent apprehension of bodily harm
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Chapter 6 Introduction to Law medical ethics MY SET
Tort Law
Objectives of Tort Law
Negligence
Commission of an Act
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
Commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent pe…
Administering the wrong drug... Administering the wrong drug do…
Tort Law
A tort is a wrong, other than a breach of contract, committed…
Objectives of Tort Law
Preservation of peace between individuals.... Fault-finding for…
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chapter 6 Medical Ethics
affirmative defenses
assumption of risk
claims-made insurance
comparative negligence
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
A legal defense that holds the defendant is not guilty of a n…
An insurance policy that provides coverage when a claim is ma…
An affirmative defense claimed by the defendant, alleging tha…
affirmative defenses
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
assumption of risk
A legal defense that holds the defendant is not guilty of a n…
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Law & Ethics Chapter 6
Affirmative Defense
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Arbitration
Arbitrator
allows defendant, usually hospital or physician, to present e…
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 defendant, usually hospital or physician, to present e…
Alternative Dispute Resolution
methods for resolving a civil dispute that do not involve goi…
58 terms
Law and Ethics chapter 6
The four Cs of Medical Malpractice Pre…
#1 of the 7 most common reasons for me…
#2 of the most common reasons for medi…
#3 of the 7 most common reasons for me…
Caring, Communication, Competence, and Charting
Cancer misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, or a delay in diagn…
Birth injury or negligent maternity care
Wrong diagnosis and misdiagnosis of negligent fracture or tra…
The four Cs of Medical Malpractice Pre…
Caring, Communication, Competence, and Charting
#1 of the 7 most common reasons for me…
Cancer misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, or a delay in diagn…
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Law and ethics chapter 6: professional liability and medical malpractice
Malpractice
Forms of malpractice
Negligence
Tort
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
1. Intentional misconduct... 2. Negligence
Unintentional action... Failure to perform according to standard
Civil wrong
Malpractice
Professional misconduct or demonstration of an unreasonable l…
Forms of malpractice
1. Intentional misconduct... 2. Negligence
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Law & Ethics for the Health Professions Chapter 6
Affirmative defenses
Assumption of risk
Claims-made insurance
Comparative negligence
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
A legal defense that holds that the defendant is not guilty o…
A type of liability insurance that covers the insured only fo…
An affirmative defense claimed by the defendants, alleging th…
Affirmative defenses
Defenses used by defendants in medical professional liability…
Assumption of risk
A legal defense that holds that the defendant is not guilty o…
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Medical Law & Ethics chapter 5 & 6 Quiz
Implied consent
Informed consent
Living will
Durable power of attorney
A patient indicating by behavior the acceptance of treatment…
The patients right to be fully informed about their course of…
Document that allows a patient to set forth their intentions…
The document that allows an agent designated by the patient t…
Implied consent
A patient indicating by behavior the acceptance of treatment…
Informed consent
The patients right to be fully informed about their course of…
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Law & Ethics Chapter 6
venue
capitation
probable cause
disparate
a particular county or geographic area where a court may try…
a uniform, per-person payment or fee
having more evidence for than against
a marked difference between two things
venue
a particular county or geographic area where a court may try…
capitation
a uniform, per-person payment or fee
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