Discuss the importance of the "hold harmless" clause in managed care contracts and the impact of this clause, if any, on the delivery of quality patient care.
The importance of the "hold harmless" clause in managed healthcare is worth mentioning. This is in place for liability purposes, so that doctors and nurses do not get sued over someone's untimely death. Since this is in place, many would become less likely to go to court over this matter because of the contractual agreement one signed when getting medical care; therefore, if it went to court, the judge would uphold it because of the consenting of the ...
This solution discussed the hold harmless cause,and the ramifications of it for medical personnel.