Legal Advice for Health Care — 123 results
Written by attorney Laurie Steiner, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Why should I care? With all the privacy restrictions on medical information that have been imposed as a result of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA),... more
Written by attorney Peter S. Myers, 12 months ago.
This guide will discuss the use of advance health-care directives in California, powers of attorney for health care, and directives to physicians. Julie's Story In 2003 we had a client who... more
Written by attorney Julie Rice, about 1 year ago.
This is guide about what is an Advance Directive for Health Care and gives information so a person can determine if an Advance Directive for Health Care is appropriate for them under their... more
Written by attorney John C Peick, over 1 year ago.
Shakespeares Shylock wanted to exact his pound of flesh, but the Court warned him, shed no drop of blood. The courts and consumers attitude to those that charge interest has not much... more
Written by attorney Marisa Nelson, over 2 years ago.
An Advance Health Care Directive lays out your wishes regarding life-sustaining treatment, organ donation, funeral arrangements, etc., so that your agent, family members, and doctor will be... more
Written by attorney Matthew Majeski, almost 3 years ago.
What is a Health Care Directive in Minnesota Why Do I Want One?
What is a Health Care Directive in Minnesota?
A health care directive is a legal document which allows you to do the... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Vercammen, about 3 years ago.
All States have declared that competent adults have the fundamental right in collaboration with their health care providers, to control decisions about their own health care.
Written by attorney Charles F Basil, about 3 years ago.
A health care directive is a written document that informs other of your wishes about your health care. It allows you to name a person ("Health Care Representative") to decide for... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, over 3 years ago.
Current regulatory policy concerning health care professionals is based on the assumption that the market for health care services fails because consumers do not have full information about... more
Written by attorney Michael Mirer, over 3 years ago.
Health care fraud is a federal crime that can send a person to prison for up to ten years, and it can cost thousands of dollars in criminal penalties. When health care professionals are... more