Apply the relevance of law to the health information management and informatics profession and other health professions.
Differentiate between public law and private law.
Name and give examples of the four sources of law.
Identify resolutions in cases where laws conflict with one another.
Discuss the role of nonlegal accrediting bodies, such as The Joint Commission, and differentiate their authority from that of the legal system.
Describe types of alternative dispute resolution available as options to the court system.
Identify the role of procedural laws in the legal system.
Identify the parties to a lawsuit.
Discuss the methods of discovery.
Identify requirements of e-discovery amendments in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Analyze the differences between a court order and a subpoena.
Examine the purposes and limitations of a subpoena.
Compare the individuals involved in a trial.
Organize the steps in a trial.
Examine the legal appeals process.
Explain the processes for the collection of judgment.
Course Outcomes assessed in this assignment:
HI135-1: Describe legal aspects of health information management.
AAS-HIT: V.1 Apply legal processes impacting health information.
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