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guide to patient anti-dumping laws by M. Steven Lipton

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Published by California Healthcare Association in Sacramento, CA (1215 K St. , Suite 800, Sacramento 95814) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Emergency medical services -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Medically uninsured persons -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States,
  • Discrimination in medical care -- Law and legislation -- United States

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[written by M. Steven Lipton].
ContributionsCalifornia Healthcare Association.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF3826.E5 L57 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various paging) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3383870M
LC Control Number2004559959
OCLC/WorldCa56833351

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EMTALA — A Guide to Patient Anti-Dumping Laws, 8th edition (), provides guidance to hospitals and physicians on compliance with the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act . EMTALA — A Guide to. Patient Anti-Dumping Laws. September 8th Edition. Written by M. Steven Lipton, Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC. Published by. the reason that has increasingly led to the abuse of anti-dumping measures. For example, anti-dumping investigations are often commenced based on insufficient evidence, used repeatedly and anti-dumping duties may be retained long after the conditions for 3 Hand Book on Anti Dumping . With its comprehensive and practical format, the book will be of great interest to practitioners dealing with anti-dumping cases, including trade law practitioners who may have to defend anti-dumping cases in different jurisdictions, attorneys in international trade law and competition law.

Law” (form ITA‐P) and the “Petition Format for Requesting Relief Under U.S. Countervailing Duty Law” (form ITA‐P) prepared jointly by the Import Administration at Commerce and the Office of . Since , the U.S. effectively has had antidumping laws on the books, and these laws have enabled the U.S. government to punish firms in other countries that send subsidized exports to the U.S.   If you or a loved one may have been the victim of “patient dumping” in the United States, you may be entitled to compensation for the injuries, losses or harm caused by the illegal action.   ADVERTISEMENT While EMTALA started as an “anti-dumping” law, designed to prevent private hospitals from transferring uninsured or underinsured patients to public hospitals, enforcement and fines seem to come in waves. In , Congress made EMTALA enforcement a priority with nearly as much in penalties .

Congress recognized the public need to reduce the incidence of patient dumping when it enacted COBRA and EMTALA’s anti-dumping provisions. 11 Section of EMTALA provides in pertinent part: “If a patient at a hospital has an emergency medical condition which has not been stabilized the hospital may not transfer the patient unless—the transfer . Unfortunately there's no CO study guide, so I'm starting with federal law then reading the pages of state law posting on the CO govt website (ugh). I've read about pages of this book and it is a VERY helpful review of key concepts from my pharmacy law Reviews:   Patient Dumping: An Overview of the EMTALA Decem Patient dumping is an illegal and unethical practice that occurs when a hospital that is capable of treating a patient refuses to treat that patient, turns that patient away and/or sends that patient to another facility due to that patient’s inability to pay for essential medical care. Andrew Jay McClurg, Your Money or Your Life: Interpreting the Federal Act Against Patient Dumping, 24 Wake Forest Law Review (). “Patient dumping” is the world of medical non-practice: hospitals, usually private hospitals, refusing to treat patients in need of emergency care because of their inability to pay. Instead of receiving treatment, the indigent, uninsured patient .