Another Healthcare Law that Sounds Good but does No Good

In 1986, Congress enacted the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act or EMTALA.  In 1994 they revised the Act to include the “prudent layperson” definition as a standard for evaluating whether a patient has an emergency condition.  Boiled down, it says if you think it is an emergency, then it is to be classified as Read more about Another Healthcare Law that Sounds Good but does No Good[…]