AccessMyLibrary provides FREE access to millions of articles from top publications available through your library.
140 total articles
Set up an RSS feed
The Regan Report on Hospital Law back issues
Sole Liability for `Intentional' Acts of Employees.(Brief Article)
December 1, 1999... CASE ON POINT: Beverly Enterprises-Florida, Inc., v. McVey, 739 So.2d 646 - FL (1999) ISSUE: Generally employers are responsible for the negligence of their employees under the doctrine of Respondeat Superior. Are employers responsible for the "intentional" acts of their employees?...
ND: Hospital Promises `Financial Incentives': Relocated Physician Sues for Breach of Contract.(Brief Article)
December 1, 1999... CASE FACTS: Dr. William Barnes, an otolaryngologist, was practicing in California when St. Joseph's Hospital recruited him to move his practice to North Dakota. On March 1, 1992, the parties entered into a "Hospital and Physician Agreement" whereby the hospital provided substantial...
IN: Hospital Lien Released for Settlement: Patient Remains Liable for Full Amount Due.(Brief Article)
December 1, 1999... CASE FACTS: On May 23, 1994, Branson Cullimore was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a collision. Cullimore sustained various injuries including a tom rotator cuff. The patient underwent surgery for the rotator cuff injury at St. Anthony Medical Center. The patient filed suit against the...
Surgery Results in PVS: $9.6 Million Judgment.(Brief Article)
December 1, 1999... CASE ON POINT: Watkins v. Cleveland Clinic Found., 719 N.E.2d 1052 - OH (1998) ISSUE: The elective surgery was routine. The patient emerged in a persistent vegetative state. CASE FACTS: In April 1995, Birdie Watkins, a sixty-one year-old woman, went to Cleveland Clinic Foundation...
Do Harvesters Have Duty to Notify Next of Kin?(Brief Article)
December 1, 1999... DO THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR HARVESTING ORGANS HAVE A DUTY TO MAKE A "GOOD FAITH" EFFORT TO FIND NEXT OF KIN? This was just one of the questions confronting the court in this California case in which the organs of a foreign tourist were harvested after a "search" for his next of kin was...