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An Institutional Review Board's function includes all of the following EXCEPT __________.
The Good Samaritan laws do not provide protection from liability if the healthcare professional __________.
A general rule of conduct that is enforceable by a government is called a(n) __________.
The deliberate attempt to infect another with HIV is now considered __________.
The unlawful restraint of an individual s personal liberty or the unlawful restraint or confinement of an individual is called __________.
Passive euthanasia occurs when __________.
The use of semen other than the husband s to induce pregnancy is referred to as __________.
The unintentional commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent person would or would not do is a(n) __________.
Sources of healthcare law include all of the following EXCEPT __________.
National organizations concerned with reducing the number of medication errors include all of the following EXCEPT __________.
The ethical principle that requires caregivers to avoid causing harm to patients is called ___________.
Federal organ donation regulations require hospitals to __________.
Intentional torts include __________.
ACHE stands for __________.
The _________ covers some of the federal laws that deal with how a Health Care Organization may conduct its financial business.
A cause of action that claims that 'but for the breach of duty by the defendant a child would not have been born' is called a wrongful __________ suit.
The four elements a plaintiff must prove to win a negligence lawsuit are __________.
The relationships between individuals and government give rise to __________ laws.
A healthcare provider is guilty of which form of negligence if he/she fails to do that which a reasonable and prudent healthcare provider in the same or similar circumstances would have done?
Organizations conducting clinical trials on human subjects must __________.
The level of performance expected from a healthcare professional during the performance of his/her duties is called the __________.
A Durable Power of Attorney for health care is a legal device that __________.
The __________ theory of ethics says that the morally correct thing to do is that which leads to the greatest good for the most people.
A contract between a patient and a physician may be terminated by any of the following EXCEPT __________.
The Act which deals with patient dumping is called __________.
Fraud recovery programs that allow private citizens to earn a portion of the money recovered are available from all of the following agencies EXCEPT __________.
A civil wrong (not including breach of contract) that is committed against a person or property for which a court provides a correction in the form of an action for damages is called a(n) __________.
One who has control over his or her actions is said to be __________.
Statutory law can be amended; repealed; or expanded by __________.
The ethics committee __________.
The __________ was enacted to prevent misuse of personal health information by insurers and employers.
A negligent act performed by a medical professional is called __________.
The international code of ethics that governs human research & experimentation is the __________.
An unauthorized touching is called a(n) __________.
The reasonable anticipation that harm or injury will result from an act or a failure to act is called __________.
A surrogate decision maker is a person who acts on behalf of a(n) __________ who lacks the capacity to participate in a particular decision.
A form of beneficence that may involve withholding information from a person because of the belief that it is in the best interest of that person is called __________.
A criminal offense punishable by less than one year in jail and/or a fine is called a(n) __________.
The Texas Health and Safety Code Chapter 241 Hospitals § 241.023 (Issuance of License) requires a Health Care Organization (HCO) in Texas to offer emergency services to any potential patient who comes to the facility unless __________.
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