Protect hospital with clear terms

May 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;May2008, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p57
The article reports that Stacy Gulick, an attorney at the law firm Garfunkel Wild & Travis PC, has presented some requirements for the company doing live surgery broadcasts in the U.S. In the requirements presented, the hospital can request that the production crew should leave the operating room at any point during the surgery. In addition, the company will be liable for any damage caused by its crew or equipment. It is noted that only staff and patient specified in the agreement may be filmed.


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