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The Law Library presents the complete text of the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services – Inclusion of TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Program in Federal Procurement of Pharmaceuticals (US Department of Defense Regulation) (DOD) (2018 Edition).Updated as of May 29, 2018 Section 703 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 […]
Medical confidentiality is an essential cornerstone of effective public health systems, and for centuries societies have struggled to maintain the illusion of absolute privacy. In this age of health databases and increasing connectedness, however, the confidentiality of patient information is rapidly becoming a concern at the forefront of worldwide ethical and political debate. In Contesting […]
This opinion is uncorrected and will not be published in the printed Official Reports. Plaintiff commenced this action against the defendant to recover first party no-fault benefits for medical services rendered, pursuant to CPLR 5102(a)(1) of the Insurance Law and Regulation of the New York State Insurance Department (11 NYCRR Sect. 65-1.1 et. seq.).
TROUT, Justice. Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (St. Alphonsus) appeals from the trial court’s dismissal of its action against the State of Washington (Washington). St. Alphonsus, an approved health care provider under Washington’s worker’s compensation system, originally brought suit against Washington alleging intentional interference with contractual relations, infringement of interstate commerce and deprivation of property […]
In 1955, the president of General Motors, Charles Wilson, made this famous remark at a Senate hearing: “What’s good for the country is good for General Motors, and vice versa.” Now, 51 years later, what’s good for General Motors is not good for the country. That’s because what’s good for GM in the short term […]
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IS especially difficult for physicians to embrace, because most of us are highly confrontation adverse. This is not hard to understand if you look at “typical” personality traits of physicians. According to Vaillant (1) and Gabbard (2), physicians tend to be compulsive, perfectionistic, guilt-prone, with an exaggerated sense of responsibility, limited emotional expressiveness […]