Consumer Law in Oregon - eBook on Defending Medical Collection Claims (2013)

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This chapter is excerpted from the 2013 edition of Consumer Law in Oregon, which will enable you to protect your clients' financial interests and advise them about available rights and remedies. PDF Download - After purchase go to My Content to retrieve your digital file(s).
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Chapter 15
DEFENDING MEDICAL COLLECTION CLAIMS
Jay B. Derum

§15.1 INTRODUCTION

§15.2 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

§15.2-1 Express Contracts
§15.2-2 Contracts Implied in Fact
§15.2-3 Contracts Created by Law
§15.2-4 Guaranty Agreements
§15.2-5 Small Claims
§15.2-6 State Recovery
§15.2-7 Recovery of Medicaid from Estate
§15.2-8 Undue Hardship Waiver of Estate Recovery Claims
§15.2-9 Statutory Liens
§15.2-10 Family Expense Claims

§15.3 TYPICAL PARTIES AND FACT SITUATIONS

§15.3-1 Retroactive Medicaid
§15.3-2 Invalid Contract; Lack of Proof
§15.3-3 Contract not Implied in Facts
§15.3-4 Attempt to Exercise Remedy that Does not Exist
§15.3-5 Violations of Provider Agreement
§15.3-6 Judgment-Proof

§15.4 ADVANTAGES

§15.5 PITFALLS AND HAZARDS

§15.6 REMEDIES

§15.6-1 Defense Strategy
§15.6-2 Motions to Dismiss
§15.6-3 Statute of Limitations Defenses
§15.6-4 Judgment-Proof
§15.6-5 Affirmative Defenses and Defenses to Common-Law Claims
§15.6-6 Hill-Burton Obligations
§15.6-7 Medicaid; Oregon Health Plan
§15.6-8 Medicare
§15.6-9 Miscellaneous Oregon Law Providing Health Care
§15.6-10 Claims of Assignees
§15.6-11 Third-Party and Other Actions Against Insurers
§15.6-12 Charity Care
§15.6-13 Counterclaims