Best Medical Law & Legislation Books
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1. The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 21st Edition
Author: by Harvard Law Review
The fifth edition of Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice has been revised to reflect the most current issues in healthcare ethics including new cases, laws, and policies. The text continues to be divided into three sections: Foundational Theories, Concepts and Professional Issues; Moving Into Ethics Across the Lifespan; and Ethics Related to Special Issues focused on specific populations and nursing roles.
The text includes legal features sections in most chapters, an expanded appendix of case studies with suggestions for discussion, and ethical reflections questions in each chapter. This new edition will also include an appendix focused on simulation suggestions, heavier coverage of ethics and terrorism, and stronger coverage of immigration and the importance of remaining unbiased a healthcare provider.
Key Features:Even more case studies, with recent legal/ethical casesNew appendix focused on simulation suggestionsHeavier focus on immigration and importance of remaining unbiased as a healthcare provider, ethics and terrorismUpdate to national health insurance informationUpdate information on vaccines, polypharmacy and antipsychotic drugs
3. Nurse Practitioner's Business Practice and Legal Guide
Author: by Carolyn Buppert
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Awarded Second Place in the 2017 AJN Book of the Year Awards in Advanced Practice Nursing! Nurse Practitioner’s Business Practice and Legal Guide, Sixth Edition is a must have resource for every new or current nurse practitioner (NP) that explains and analyzes the legal issues relevant to nurse practitioners.
Completely updated and revised, it includes a new chapter on answering frequently asked questions from NPs. In addition, it provides the latest state by state laws, including regulatory developments and prosecutions of nurse practitioners, and new case analyses and lessons learned from those cases.
The Sixth Edition also offers new discussions of NP competencies, how the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree relates to NPs, the differences in primary care and acute care NPs, definitions of medical bio ethics terminology, additional malpractice cases and the lessons to learn from them, emerging issues in health policy, guidelines around prescribing opioids and controlled drugs, clinical performance measures, electronic health records, and new opportunities for NPs under the Affordable Care Act.
4. Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care
Author: by Dayna Bowen Matthew
The Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment has been the disability professional’s reference of choice for more than three decades. The new Guides Fifth Edition delivers state-of-the-discipline information you can put to practical use in your day-to-day applications immediately.
Get the most current, consensus-based, scientific and clinical information from every relevant medical specialty. It features: -Enhanced coverage of chronic pain assessment -New conditions, such as HIV and latex allergy -Major enhancements to cardiology, skin, visual, respiratory and musculoskeletal systems -Standardized formatting across topics makes it the most accessible Guides ever
6. Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions: Get the Most Out of Your Retirement and Medical Benefits
Author: by Joseph Matthews Attorney
Your complete guide to Social Security retirement and medical benefits The rules for claiming Social Security benefits have changed. Find out if you can still choose between your own benefits and spousal benefits. Learn this and more with Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensionscompletely updated for 2021.
Social Security benefits. Figure out how to get retirement, disability, dependents and survivors benefits, or Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Decide whether it’s best to claim benefits early, at full retirement age, or not until you turn 70and how to time your claims so you and your spouse get the best benefits.
Medicare & Medicaid. Learn how to qualify for and enroll in both programs, including Medicare Part D drug coverage. Medigap insurance & Medicare Advantage plans. Compare Medigap and Medicare Advantage plans, and choose what’s best for you. Government pensions & veterans benefits. Discover when and how to claim the benefits you have earned.What’s New in 2021?
7. Health Policy and Politics: A Nurse's Guide
Author: by Jeri A. Milstead
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytics reporting tools. Health Policy and Politics: A Nurse’s Guide, Sixth Edition encompasses the entire health policy process from agenda setting through policy and program evaluation.
This is an essential text for both graduate and undergraduate students. The Sixth Edition features expanded information on the breadth of policy making and includes the impact of social media, economics, finance and other timely topics. The authors draw from their extensive experience and provides concrete examples of real life situations that help students understand the link between nursing, policy theory and political action.
New to the Sixth Edition:Updated theory content across all chaptersNew case studies reflect current issuesDiscussion Points connect theory to practiceNew chapter focused on how students can become involved in the policy process.
8. The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 20th Edition
Author: by Columbia Law Review
Claitors Pub Div
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation 20th Edition, Presents a guide for lawyers for constructing citations, covering the format of citations from a variety of legal sources, including court cases, statutes, books, periodicals, electronic media, and international documents.
9. Medical Law and Ethics
Author: by Bonnie Fremgen
For courses in medical law or ethics in programs for nurses, medical assistants, and other allied health care professionals. A plain-language guide to the law and ethics of healthcareMedical Law and Ethics examines the essentials of pertinent laws and the ethical demands of healthcare professions.
Clear and readable, the text helps students identify the ethical norms they will adhere to in their chosen field. Real legal cases and stimulating exercises challenge learners to envision their responses to legal and ethical dilemmas in healthcare today. The 6th edition covers issues of increasing concern in hospitals and medical offices, including the opioid crisis in the US, electronic recordkeeping, and the needs of elderly and handicapped populations.New!
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10. Legal Nurse Consulting Principles and Practices
Author: by Julie Dickinson
Legal Nurse Consulting Principles and Practices, Fourth Edition, provides foundational knowledge on the specialty nursing practice of legal nurse consulting. Legal nurse consulting is defined, and essential information about the practice is discussed (history, certification, scope and standards of practice, and ethical and liability considerations).
The essentials of the law and medical records are explored. Analysis of the various types of legal cases on which legal nurse consultants work is provided, as are other practice areas for legal nurse consultants. The various roles and skills of legal nurse consultants are explored, and the textbook concludes with discussion of the ways in which legal cases are adjudicated.
This volume allows nurses to bridge the gap from their clinical experience to the unfamiliar territory of the legal world, with practical advice on topics including tactics for being cross-examined in the courtroom and investigative and analytical techniques for medical records.
11. Health Policy: Application for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals
Author: by Demetrius J. Porche
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Health care providers frequently engage in setting policy agenda at the individual, systems, institutional, or public level. Health Policy: Application for Nurses and Other Health Care Professionals, Second Edition provides an overview of the policy making process within a variety of settings including academia, clinical practice, communities, and various health care systems.
By including both policy evaluation and research, the author provides a comprehensive and multi-perspective approach to developing and formulating effective health care policy. The Second Edition has been updated to include new chapters on the following topic areas: board governance and policy leadership, institutional and organizational and association policy, healthcare systems and global health policy.
In addition, the text provides key information on the process of policy search process and offers and expanded policy institute listing. New to the Second Edition Updated references Additional figures, tables and templates New case studies Key Point Boxes in each chapter highlight key concepts Primary source referencing for definitions (Black’s Law Dictionary) Instructor Resources: Manual Transition Guide Case studies Test bank PowerPoint slides
12. Essentials of Health Policy and Law (Essential Public Health)
Author: by Joel B. Teitelbaum
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Public opinion polls, media coverage, legal disputes, and policy debates at all levels of government and in private industry debates ranging from the health of the national economy to the health of state populations to the health of a single individual sickened by Ebola hemorrhagic fever attest to the important place that individual health care and public health hold in the minds of the American public, policymakers, and lawmakers.
Indeed, the range of topics covered by the legal disputes and policy debates is breathtaking. For example, how should finite financial resources be allocated between health care and public health? What kind of return (in terms of quality of individual care and the overall health of the population) should we expect from the staggering amount of money we collectively spend on health?
Should individuals have a legal entitlement to health insurance? How should we attack extant health disparities based on race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status? What policies will best protect the privacy of personal health information in an increasingly electronic medical system?
14. The Law of Healthcare Administration, Ninth Edition (9)
Author: by Stuart Showalter
A hacker accesses the medical records of more than 250,000 patients in a hospital-based clinic. Despite being counseled not to, staff in a psychiatric unit continually refer to a transgender boy using feminine pronouns, causing him acute depression and leading to his suicide.
Citing moral objections and fearing prosecution, a physician refuses to prescribe lethal medication for a terminally ill cancer patient who wants to end her suffering. These kinds of situations don’t just shock us with their drama; they also present serious legal challenges that healthcare leaders must be equipped to deal with.
The Law of Healthcare Administration helps readers think through the issues, applying current legal principles and relevant judicial decisions.Author J. Stuart Showalter surveys the pressing issues that have resulted from two centuries of US policy, court decisions, and regulation.
He writes from a management perspective, emphasizing a practical understanding of legal concepts, in a style that is clear and accessible to readers without a legal background. The ninth edition retains this authoritative book’s many absorbing sidebars, surprising court records, and challenging discussion questions that have made it so engaging to past readers.
15. Charter Schools and Their Enemies
Author: by Thomas
Charter Schools and Their EnemiesCharter Schools and Their Enemies Thomas SowellCharter Schools and Their Enemies 1st editionThe black-white educational achievement gap – so much discussed for so many years – has already been closed by black students attending New York City’s charter schools.
This might be expected to be welcome news. But it has been very unwelcome news in traditional public schools whose students are transferring to charter schools. A backlash against charter schools has been led by teachers unions, politicians and others – not only in New York but across the country.
If those attacks succeed, the biggest losers will be minority youngsters for whom a quality education is their biggest chance for a better life.