L B Podell

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  • L B Podell
  • American journal of hospital pharmacy
  • 1984
Recently enacted regulations regarding Medicare coverage of hospice care are discussed. The hospice benefit, whether provided in a home or inpatient setting, is available to individuals entitled to Medicare Part A benefits and who are certified as being terminally ill. Hospice care coverage is authorized for a maximum of six months plus 30 days. Conditions(More)
  • L B Podell
  • American journal of hospital pharmacy
  • 1983
The effect of the recent U.S. Supreme Court antitrust decision in Jefferson County Pharmaceutical Association v. Abbott Laboratories et al. on state and local health-care institutions is examined. In Jefferson County, the Court ruled that state and county government hospitals are not exempt from the price discrimination prohibitions of the Robinson-Patman(More)
  • L B Podell
  • American journal of hospital pharmacy
  • 1983
The legal issues surrounding the potential liability of a pharmacist for dispensing or preparing drugs under conditions not contained in the FDA-approved labeling of a product are examined. Although the specific issue of liability of a pharmacist for preparing a drug in a nonapproved manner or dispensing a drug for a nonapproved use has not been(More)
  • L B Podell
  • American journal of hospital pharmacy
  • 1983
Three recent U.S. Supreme Court antitrust rulings that influence the health-care delivery system are examined. Historically four defenses protected the health-care system from antitrust law. They are the learned-profession exemption, the fact that health-care systems have little effect on interstate commerce, the state-action defense, and the(More)
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