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‘Good faith’ standard in challenge to hospital admission (access required)

In an issue of first impression, the court held that to succeed on a claim a hospital admission was not made in good faith, evidence must show the hospital admitted a patient solely to satisfy its Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act, or EMTALA, standards, with no intent to treat. Because the record revealed ...