1. Physicians have a constitutional right to medical staff membership and privileges at a public hospital.
2. A 501(c)(3) hospital may only dedicate an insubstantial amount of its activities to lobbying and have no involvement in political campaigns.
3. In the 6th Circuit, an “ appropriate medical screening” means:
a. All available diagnostic procedures
b. A guarantee of successful results
c. Acting with proper motives
d. An objectively reasonable standard of care
These questions belong to Law and they are short questions which require precise answers. The first question is about physicians and their right to medical staff membership and facilities at public hospital. The second question about the statutory involvement of hospitals in politics. And the third question is about the definition of appropriate medical screening.Download Full Solution