Armon and Bayus review cases impacting health law

Armon and Bayus review cases impacting health law
Bruce D. Armon and Karilynn Bayus
Credentialing & Peer Review Legal Insider, HCPro, Inc.

Bruce D. Armon, a partner in Saul Ewing’s Health Practice and managing partner of the Philadelphia office, and Karilynn Bayus, an associate in the Health Practice, review cases monthly that impact health care institutions, administrators and practitioners.

In this edition,  they analyzed the issue of how telemedicine can be used more efficiently to advance healthcare in the United States; they summarized an Ohio appellate court decision to affirm a lower court’s decision to allow a patient to compel production of an incident report after the patient was injured in a hospital and they summarized the U.S. Court of Appeals decision to uphold dismissal of a physician’s race discrimination claim.