What’s New in Health Law
The U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts granted a defendant’s motion for partial summary judgment, determining that EMTALA’s transfer requirements were met by the hospital. The process was deemed to be in compliance with EMTALA requirements, and any challenges to the standard of care would need to be addressed through claims of negligence or malpractice. . Bryson v. Milford Reg’l Med. Ctr
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Question of the Week
Our Health System has agreed to add an independent community hospital to the System. If the Health System Parent Corporation (“HSPC”) becomes the new parent corporation for that hospital, would the HSPC assume the hospital’s liabilities and tax-exempt bond obligations? Would there be a different answer if the HSPC and the hospital merged? Read the answer»
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