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What is a Standard of Care?

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Standard of care is important in medical malpractice suits because to be held liable, a doctor must not only

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What is Medical Malpractice?

What is the Statute of Limitations?

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Medical malpractice suits all have statutes of limitations, i.e. time limits upon which you can file a a medical

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What is a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)?

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An HMO provides prepaid medical services. For a set monthly fee, HMOs offer members a range of health benefits including preventive

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What are Medicare and Medicaid Laws?

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Medicare: Medicare is a federal insurance program for people age 65 and older and certain disabled people. The Centers for Medicare &

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What are Bioethics?

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Bioethics deals with ethical issues in the fields of health care, medicine, and biology, specifically with the examination of the moral issues involved in

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Medicare Overview

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About 40 million people in the United States are covered by Medicare, mostly seniors. Medicare covers most of the cost of hospitalization and

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What is Cord Blood Banking?

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Cord blood banking refers to the storage of blood from the umbilical cord. Blood in the umbilical cord is rich in blood

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What is Medicare Part A Law?

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Most people over the age of 65, regardless of finances, are entitled to Medicare Part A at no costs, based on your

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