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  • 10.59/20
    10.59/20
    by Rose Akuffo-Anoff
    For this:Rose Akuffo-Anoff selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    civil wrongdoing
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    civil wrongdoing
  • 15.29/20
    15.29/20
    by Nicole Batchelder
    For this:Nicole Batchelder selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    civil wrongdoing
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 15.29/20
    15.29/20
    by Danya Cummings
    For this:Danya Cummings selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 20/20
    20/20
    by Briana Frazier
    For this:Briana Frazier selected: Student Results  
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 16.47/20
    16.47/20
    by Anita Hakala
    For this:Anita Hakala selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 18.82/20
    18.82/20
    by Dale Leblanc
    For this:Dale Leblanc selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 20/20
    20/20
    by Rona Michaud
    For this:Rona Michaud selected: Student Results  
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 17.65/20
    17.65/20
    by Laurie Mondville
    For this:Laurie Mondville selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • --/20
    --/20
    by Kassie Pratt
    Kassie Pratt has not taken this quiz.
  • 11.76/20
    11.76/20
    by Erik Rider
    For this:Erik Rider selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    civil wrongdoing
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    civil wrongdoing
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 20/20
    20/20
    by Martha Smiley
    For this:Martha Smiley selected: Student Results  
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 12.94/20
    12.94/20
    by Lori St Pierre
    For this:Lori St Pierre selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • --/20
    --/20
    by Liz Stockwell
    Liz Stockwell has not taken this quiz.
  • 20/20
    20/20
    by Jessacca Walli
    For this:Jessacca Walli selected: Student Results  
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing
  • 18.82/20
    18.82/20
    by Gracie Washburn
    For this:Gracie Washburn selected: Student Results Answer key:
    Arbitration
    Proceeding in which desputes are submitted to a third party or a panel of experts outside the judicial trial system
    Public law
    Law that involves the government and its relationships with individuals or organizations
    Private law
    Rules and principles that define rights and duties among individuals or organizations.
    Subpoena duces tecum
    Written document directing an individual to furnish documents and other records to a court
    Implied consent
    Permission inferred when a patient voluntarily submits to healthcare treatment
    Deposition
    Sworn testimony usually collected before a trial
    Authorization
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Defendant
    Individual or party who is the object of a lawsuit
    Statute
    Law enacted by a legislative body
    Administrative law
    Rules developed by administrative bodies empowered by law to regulate specific activities
    Plaintiff
    Individual who brings a lawsuit
    Breach of contract
    Failure to meet the conditions specified under a legal agreement
    Complaint
    Process by which a lawsuit is initiated
    Discovery
    Disclosue of pertinent facts or document to the opposing parties in a legal case
    Medical malpractice
    Professional liability of healthcare providers in the delivery of care to patients
    Express Contract
    Written permission to use or disclose patient-identifiable health information
    Spoken or written agreement; may be given by a patient to a healthcare provider to permit treatment
    Tort
    civil wrongdoing