The Physician's Perspective on Medical Law - Volume 1 discusses situations where there may be legal issues involved in the course of evaluating and treating patients. The authors describe the type of information needed to be collected, how to deal with it, how to preserve it and how to communicate it. The Physician's Perspective on Medical Law - Volume II focuses on the health care system in the U.S. from a physician's perspective. The authors examine and discuss physician licensure, hospital peer review, medical record keeping, and the treatment of Medicare, Medicaid and other types of health insurance. Available in two formats, The Physician's Perspective on Medical Law - Volumes 1 & 2 make a valuable addition to any physician's library.