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Regulation that caused crippling of our hospitals

If The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), also known as the “Patient Anti-Dumping” statute, is a Federal statute intended to prevent Medicare-participating hospitals with dedicated emergency departments from refusing to treat people based on their insurance status or ability to pay. The core objective of EMTALA is to protect patients seeking emergency care who might otherwise go untreated and be left without a remedy. Although EMTALA’s focus is upon preventing disparate treatment of patients who cannot pay for treatment, EMTALA applies to all patients whether or not eligible for Medicare benefits.  (42 U.S.C. § 1395dd(a)). The specific requirements of the statute are detailed in regulations that have been the subject of frequent regulatory action and court decisions. can’t find it, it 

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