Fundamentals of Health Law - A New Perspective Series
The New England Journal of Medicine
The article reports that Despite medicine's long-standing reputation as a largely self-regulated profession, U.S. medicine in fact has a multifaceted and significant relationship with the law. Medical evidence and physicians themselves may directly influence legal decisions and trends, but more pervasively, statutes, regulations, court rulings, and requirements imposed by multiple levels of government profoundly shape U.S. medical practice.
Erin C. Fuse Brown, et al., Fundamentals of Health Law - A New Perspective Series, 387 New Eng. J. Med. 372 (2022).
Institutional Repository Citation
Erin C. Fuse Brown, Aaron S. Kesselheim, Debra Malina, Genevra Pittman & Stephen Morrissey,
Fundamentals of Health Law - A New Perspective Series,
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