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Richard Cooper, Esq., Jane Wood, Esq.
96 pages, $159, ASCP (2016)
Posted November 14, 2016
An Easy-to-Read legal guide for pathology providers written by two of the top Health Care Attorneys in America. Covers common legal issues that a pathologist or lab professional may encounter in the course of running a practice or a facility. The handbook will be of high value to pathologists and pathology practice administrators from a variety of backgrounds, with or without a familiarity with law. Offered as a bundle, including an eBook, which will be regularly updated to ensure compliance with new law.
Jack Spenser, M.D.
176 pages, $15, Other (2020)
Posted March 24, 2020
This book is a journal Spenser kept when he was a defendant in a medical malpractice lawsuit. It describes what happened, as well as his reactions, thoughts, and feelings--and how the litigation affected his life and other lives. To his knowledge, a work of this kind has never been published. Physicians should read this book. Patients should read this book. It's a survival guide for everybody.
Marcia Boumil, Paul Hattis
4th Edition, 413 pages, $49, Other (2017)
Posted October 23, 2018
Reliable source on medical liability law. Written by experts in the field, this Nutshell offers insight on establishing professional relationships and examines negligence-based claims, intentional torts, causation, damages, affirmative defenses, limitations, immunities, and liabilities. It also provides an overview of medical care liability issues affecting hospitals and managed care organizations.
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