Jacobson shows law and medicine in a contrapuntal duet—with legal change facilitating shifts in health care delivery, which in turn prompt new legal reforms. For example, the creation of Medicare and Medicaid led to the growth of a large body of fraud and abuse law. Changes in antitrust doctrine facilitated market-driven mergers and contractual alliances, which then led state legislators to enact laws designed to police the newly created medical monoliths. In the past, legal norms have supported physician autonomy and dominance in the Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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More than ever before, the legal system plays a vital role in virtually every aspect of the current health care system. From the congressional debate over patients' rights legislation to judicial rulings on the denial of health care services, the legal system is integrally involved in the organization, financing and delivery of health care.
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Patients thus have a large stake in how the law influences medical care. This book explains how the legal system helps shape health care delivery and policy, explores new ways of looking at the relationship between law and medicine, and reflects on why it all matters. The story focuses on the judicial response to the advent of managed care, especially challenges to cost containment initiatives, and shows how the legal system has facilitated managed care's dominance over the health care system.
An equally important part of the story is the evolution of the relationship between physicians and attorneys and how their mutual antagonism affects patient care. More information about this seller Contact this seller. Excellent Quality, Service and customer satisfaction guaranteed! We may ship the books from Asian regions for inventory purpose. Book Description Condition: Brand New.
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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title More than ever before, the legal system plays a vital role in virtually every aspect of the current health care system. About the Author : Peter D. From The New England Journal of Medicine : Peter Jacobson begins his book with questions about why physicians and lawyers always seem to be at odds and why physicians are resentful of the legal system.
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