Article 96 The State shall establish a mechanism for the prevention and settlement of medical disputes in order to deal adequately with medical disputes and to maintain medical order. Article 95 The health departments of the people`s governments at the county level and beyond actively maintain the associations of the medical and health industry, maximize their role in medical, health and health promotion work, support their participation in the development of industrial management practices and technical standards, and the assessment, evaluation and review of medical and health services. End of surprising medical bills, centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Provides updated policies, FAQs, tips and resources for insurance payment disputes for consumers. Article 86 The State shall establish and improve a comprehensive system of health and health surveillance and management that combines institutional autonomy, industrial self-regulation, State control and administration and public control. Article 99 Any institution that provides medical services in violation of this Law without obtaining permission to operate medical facilities shall be instructed by the health services of the People`s Government at the county level and beyond to cease carrying out its activity, subject to the confiscation of its illegal profits, drugs and medical devices and a fine of at least 5 times, but is no more than 20 times their illegal profits; In the event that the illegal profits are less than 10,000 RMB yuan, the calculation of the fine is based on illegal profits of 10,000 yuan. Article 48 The State shall encourage the continuous improvement of medical and health facilities, techniques, equipment and services for prevention, health care, diagnosis, treatment, care and rehabilitation, and shall support the development of medical and health technologies adapted to primary and remote areas. Article 1 This law is formulated in accordance with the Constitution of the People`s Republic of China to develop medical and health enterprises, provide citizens with basic medical and medical services, improve the health of citizens, and promote the construction of a healthy China. The State establishes a basic medical and health system, establishes and improves a medical and health services system, protects and realizes the right of citizens to basic medical and health services. The personal safety and dignity of doctors and health professionals must not be violated, and their legitimate rights and interests are protected by law. No organization or person may threaten or endanger the personal safety of physicians and health professionals or violate their personal dignity. Michael Callahan, of Counsel at Kattens Health Care Team, will present the webinar “Basic Law Protections for Healthcare Organizations Under the Patient Safety Act and Illinois Medical Studies Act – Part 1” on Tuesday, April 21 at 10:00 a.m.
Central. The presentation explores the struggle of healthcare organizations to understand laws to protect patient safety information and investigations before they are detected in court proceedings. Michael will share his views on legal issues related to patient safety, including: the Patient Safety Act, the Patient Safety Work Product (PSWP) Fundamentals, training legal counsel to respond to litigation in Illinois, the Illinois Medical Education Act, and the Patient Safety Work Product (PSWP). It will report on patient safety events illustrating actual cases that have been brought before local and national courts, as well as how the privilege applies during our current COVID-19 pandemic. Freedoms include the right to control one`s health and body (e.g., sexual and reproductive rights) and to be free from interference (e.g., free from torture and non-consensual medical treatment and experimentation). Article 84 The State shall establish and improve the mechanism of negotiation between basic health insurance institutions and designated medical and health institutions, establish payment standards and payment methods of the basic health insurance fund in a scientific and rational manner, guide medical and health institutions in the rational implementation of diagnosis and treatment, promotes the orderly flow of patients and increases the efficiency of the use of Basic Health Insurance. (3) As a non-profit medical and health institution, distribute the proceeds of sales to its sponsors and founders or do so in a disguised form. § 43 Medical and health institutions shall comply with laws, administrative regulations and regulations, establish and improve an internal system of management and quality control and shall be responsible for the quality of medical and health services.
No medical or health institution established in whole or in part from government funds or donated assets may be established as a for-profit institution. Article 42 On the basis of existing medical and medical facilities, the State shall rationally plan and establish national and regional clinical centres for the diagnosis and treatment of complex serious diseases, conduct research to overcome major medical difficulties and train high-level health professionals. Hospitals develop bylaws, create a strong governance structure for legal entities, and build the capacity and operational efficiency of medical and health services. The medical and health system adheres to the principle of taking non-profit medical and health institutions as the main organization and for-profit medical and health institutions as a supplement. State-run non-profit medical and health institutions play a leading role in the basic medical and health care enterprise to ensure equality and accessibility of primary health care and health care. The State encourages public medical and health institutions to establish non-profit medical and health institutions in cooperation with the private sector. This chapter attempts to identify the fundamental human goods that are the basic principles of natural law; a set derived from moral norms resulting from the consideration of the integral directivity or prescriptivity of these fundamental principles; and the implications of these standards for medical practice and medical law with respect to four issues. First, how should medical practice and medical law be structured with respect to the deliberate deprivation of human lives by members of the medical profession? Second, who has authority to make medical decisions in a clinical setting and what standards should guide their decisions? Third, what standards should govern the allocation of health care resources in society, and do these standards give reason to believe that there is a “right to health care” from the perspective of natural law? Fourth, what concern should be expressed in medical practice and medical law for the rights of “medical conscience”? The State develops medical education, improves a medical education system compatible with the development of medical and health enterprises, and vigorously trains health and health professionals. § 93 The health departments and health security departments of the people`s governments at the county level and above establish a credit registration system for medical and health institutions and professionals, integrate the records into the national credit information exchange platform and take joint disciplinary action against violations in accordance with the relevant regulations issued by the State. All organizations and individuals accept and cooperate in the examination, inspection, sampling, quarantine treatment, medical observation and other measures taken by medical and health institutions in accordance with the Law on the Prevention, Control and Elimination of the Danger of Infectious Diseases. Citizens have the right and obligation to participate in basic health insurance in accordance with the law. Employers and employees pay premiums for basic employee health insurance in accordance with the provisions issued by the State.
Urban and rural residents pay premiums for basic health insurance for urban and rural residents in accordance with the applicable regulations. § 13 Organizations and individuals that make outstanding contributions to medical and health enterprises shall be commended and rewarded in accordance with the regulations issued by the State. Article 85 The extent of payment of basic health insurance is determined by the Department of Medical Security of the State Council, which takes into account in the decision the opinions of the Department of Health, the Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Department of Drug Administration and the Department of Finance of the State Council. Facilities, goods and services must be scientifically and medically approved. Quality is a key component of universal health coverage and encompasses both the experience and perception of health care. High-quality health services should be: (6) Essential medicines are those that meet basic medical needs for disease prevention and control, are adapted to current national frameworks and safety capabilities, and are designed to be equitably available in appropriate dosage forms, at a reasonable price and in adequate care. Article 11 The State increases fiscal investments in medical and health enterprises and helps to develop the former revolutionary base areas, areas with large ethnic minorities, border areas and poor areas, medical and health enterprises through transfer payments and other methods.