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HC 260 Week 5 discussion

2 after you have reviewed the cases that are posted

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Michael Brown. 2. After you have reviewed the cases that are posted in the "Cases" thread for Week 5 please  select one and explain why you agree, or disagree with the decision. The case I chose was the Hall v. Hilbun because this is a good example of my explanation on my  previous answer. In this case Hall performed a surgery on his patient Hilbun and then left the hospital  without letting any staff aware of his patient’s needs. He was negligent in his duty to care for his patients  and ensure in their proper treatment and supervision in a critical time. I agree with the ruling because  there should always be a standard level of care provided by physicians and then states can alter and  add their own provisions on to those but the national standards should always constitute the rights of  patients.
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NOTE:  Post your initial comments to the questions above by clicking on the first "Respond" link below.  Remember to make your post substantive, support your arguments. Also, for full credit, remember to do  the peer review and leave feedback to a classmate's post. To do so, click on the "Respond" link below  his/her comment.
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