* From the scenario, analyze the general points between initiating civil procedures, the prevalent practices of these procedures within health care litigation solutions, and the influence of corporate structure on resolutions and subsequent legal precedents. Defend or critique the use of the aforementioned prevalent practices in the multidisciplined interaction required of 21st Century health care administrators.
Summarize the crucial steps involved in conducting a trial based on the pleadings of the defendants, leading up to the execution of judgments and including the awarding of damages. Analyze the concept of respondeat superior and concept of corporate negligence as they apply to responsibilities of the hospital’s governing body and corporate structure. Provide examples of the application of such concepts to support your response.
This week’s instructor insights focuses on the responsibilities of US corporations for injuries abroad. We also introduce the co-existence of tort liability law and organizational learning as a foreign system seeks patient safety. One article looks at the opportunities and barriers for subjects injured in non-consensual medical experimentation, when they seek remedy in US courts. The second article examines the co-existent of corporate accountability via corporate negligence and competence legal rules and the construction of a culture of safety through organizational learning in the British National Health System.
DoIDs, A., Kodate, N.(2011). Accountability, organisational learning and risks to patient safety in England: Conflict or compromise? Health, Risk & Society, 13 ( 4), 327–346
Bizarro, B. (2015).VIGILANT DOORKEEPING”: POST-KIOBEL CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY UNDER THE ALIEN TORT STATUTE FOR NEGLIGENCE AND VIOLATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PROHIBITION ON NONCONSENSUAL MEDICAL EXPERIMENTATION.BOSTON UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, 33,101-130