EMTALA

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Patient Dumps Can be Costly (But Cheaper than Missing Signature under Stark)

Continuing an accelerating series of EMTALA investigations and settlements in 2014 and this year, a Newton, Kansas hospital has agreed to pay $45,000 to settle allegations by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the...more

Lessons Learned: May a Healthcare Professional Say No To Treating Ebola?

May a licensed healthcare professional refuse to treat a patient? Healthcare providers have legal, ethical and professional duties to address a patient’s needs that fall within the provider’s scope of practice. However, are...more

Obligations During the Ebola Crisis: Ethical and Practical Considerations

Providers and health professionals face many challenges in the shifting sands of the Ebola response, including the extent of their duties to each other and their patients and their obligations under a myriad of laws,...more

HFMA Releases Provider-Patient Financial Communications Best Practices

Healthcare financial interactions are often complex and confusing for patients and can involve complicated payment structures and various “key players.” As patients become responsible for greater proportions of their...more

Novel “Bad Faith Admission” EMTALA Theory Survives Motion to Dismiss

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently denied Contra Costa Regional Medical Center’s (CCRMC) motion to dismiss regarding an alleged violation of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act...more

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