Multicare Medical Center V. Department Of Social And Health Services

Multicare Medical Center V. Department Of Social And Health Services

The present case tests the legality of the Department of Social and Health Services’ (DSHS) variable ratable reductions to MI-GAU reimbursement payments to participating hospitals. The trial court invalidated the program and held that DSHS was not purchasing MI-GAU hospital care as authorized by RCW 74.09.120. We reverse.

Social Dominance and Forceful Submission Fantasies: Feminine Pathology Or Power?(Report)

Social Dominance and Forceful Submission Fantasies: Feminine Pathology Or Power?(Report)

Jenise slowly unlocked his manacled wrists. Perhaps she had made a mistake. [Gian] was much more imposing standing before her, unchained! … He expertly cornered her. His large hands reaching under her hood, tossing it back…. “Turn and face the wall.” … A deep growling sound of hunger issued from the male throat behind her…. […]

Revisions to Rules Regarding the Evaluation of Medical Evidence (US Social Security Administration Regulation) (SSA) (2018 Edition)

Revisions to Rules Regarding the Evaluation of Medical Evidence (US Social Security Administration Regulation) (SSA) (2018 Edition)

The Law Library presents the complete text of the Revisions to Rules Regarding the Evaluation of Medical Evidence (US Social Security Administration Regulation) (SSA) (2018 Edition).Updated as of May 29, 2018 We are revising our medical evidence rules. The revisions include redefining several key terms related to evidence, revising our rules about acceptable medical sources […]

Human Sexuality in Medical Social Work

Human Sexuality in Medical Social Work

Particularly valuable to social workers and health care personnel, this timely volume offers practical guidelines and unique treatment approaches to use with clients who have sex-related problems. Experts address sexual health and social work intervention in sexual problems. They also present important information on significant health problems–cancer, chronic illness; patient characteristics; and special issues, which […]

Intervention Following a Sudden Death: The Social Work--Medical Examiner Model (Practice FORUM)

Intervention Following a Sudden Death: The Social Work–Medical Examiner Model (Practice FORUM)

In recent years, social workers in both academic and clinical settings have focused on improving the quality of end-of-life care by closely examining the psychosocial needs of the dying person and his or her family (Berzoff, 2008; Cagle & Kovacs, 2009; Crunkilton & Rubins, 2009). Social workers are an essential part of interdisciplinary teams that […]