Network for Public Health Law Crisis Standards of Care: Legal Decision Factors

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Network for Public Health Law Crisis Standards of Care: Legal Decision Factors This memo identifies (1) factors or criteria generally interpreted or viewed as “unlawful” for purposes of Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) decision-making; and (2) remaining lawful bases for which CSC decisions may be made.
File Name: Western_Region_Memo_-_CSC_Legal_Factors_002.pdf
Folder: Legal & Policy Guidance
Resource classification
Audience type: Government Agency, Non-Governmental Organization , Preparedness Professionals, Healthcare Providers
Institution type: ALL STATES
Resource type: Document (Docx, PDF, Text)
Hazard type: All Hazards
Published date: 2024
Author: Network for Public Health Law
EM Phases: Preparedness,Response
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Version: 2
File Size: 221.02 KB
File Type: application/pdf
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Download: 425 times
Created Date: 08-20-2023
Last Updated Date: 02-14-2024

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