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Fool Me Once, Shame On Me; Fool Me Again And You’Re Gonna Pay For It: An Analysis Of Medicare’S New Reporting Requirements For Primary Payers And The Stiff Penalties Associated With Noncompliance, Monica A. Stahly Nov 2010

Fool Me Once, Shame On Me; Fool Me Again And You’Re Gonna Pay For It: An Analysis Of Medicare’S New Reporting Requirements For Primary Payers And The Stiff Penalties Associated With Noncompliance, Monica A. Stahly

Law Student Publications

This article discusses the new requirements and the issues that currently face insurers, claimants, and attorneys in cases involving Medicare-eligible beneficiaries.


University Of Richmond Law Review Jan 1999

University Of Richmond Law Review

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


University Of Richmond Law Review Jan 1992

University Of Richmond Law Review

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Aids, Health-Care Workers, And Workers' Compensation In Virginia, M. Grey Sweeney Jan 1988

Aids, Health-Care Workers, And Workers' Compensation In Virginia, M. Grey Sweeney

University of Richmond Law Review

The recent explosion of medical malpractice litigation has heralded the era of defensive medicine. Health-care professionals at all levels of the industry have been forced to evaluate both the lawsuit potential as well as the life sustaining potential of every act and treatment.' Since 1981, however, the threat of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) has added a third, more threatening, perspective to the way health-care workers must view their actions. The average doctor or nurse must balance not only the medical and legal significance of every action, but must also consider whether an action might result in exposure to AIDS.