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Public health law

5 Essential Characteristics of Public Health Law Government, Relationships, Populations, Services, Coercion
3 Groups of Public Law Bioethics, Public Health, and Health Care
Health Care rules governing medicare and medicaid. Also private insurance laws
Bioethics Deals with moral values and ethics, such as end of life care & stem cell research Protection of research subjects: people involved in research called “subjects” Insures safety of all the subject, so that they are not harmed.
Public Health Focused on population & vulnerable population Food & Drug laws Environmental laws Focused on population & vulnerable population Food & Drug laws Environmental law
Legal Principles that support Public Health Law Police Power Rights Negative Constitution
Market Justice Individual responsibility for health. Private solutions to social problems. Views health care as economic good.
Social Justice Views health care as a social resource Requires active government involvement in health services delivery Public solutions to social problems
Belmont Report Respect for Persons Beneficence Justice