The Law of Healthcare Administration
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Healthcare leaders must navigate a complex and constantly evolving legal environment. The Law of Healthcare Administration provides a comprehensive and practical overview of healthcare law and its role in the management of healthcare organizations.
The tenth edition of this classic text explores substantial shifts in the legal landscape, including the effects of the COVID pandemic, the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization abortion rights decision, and Biden-era legislative and regulatory developments. J. Stuart Showalter and new co-author Sallie Thieme Sanford provide a broad perspective on a wide range of healthcare justice issues, using inclusive language and incorporating examples that involve various types of healthcare providers.
Health Administration Press
Healthcare administration, Healthcare justice, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, COVID, Medicaid, HIPAA, Telemedicine
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Sallie T. Sanford & J. Stuart Showalter,
The Law of Healthcare Administration,
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