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Pa305 Unit 8 Assignment

2Mr. Rosen’s PatenT RighTs ScripTEmily: Welcome to our facility, Mr. Rosen! I will be explaining to you some important information. As a new patient, you will need to know your responsibility towards the facility so we have some paperwork for you to fill out and sign.Mr. Rosen: Ok. Thank you.Emily:It is the responsibility of the patient or patient guarantor to meet the financial obligation at the time of service. This includes, but not limited to; co-pay, co-insurance, or payment in full for services rendered if no insurance has been presented.Mr. Rosen:Ok, I have all of my insurance cards on hand. What happens after insurance has beennotifies of my claim?Emily:The payment will then be sent out to the patient. The patient or patient guarantor is expected to respond promptly to requests for information necessary for claim payments either from their insurance carrier or the physician's office. Failure to do so may result in any outstanding balance becoming the responsibility of the patient or the patient guarantor.

Memorandum To: Christopher Howard, Attorney From: Vonda Shields, Legal Assistant Re: McKinley vs. Department of Education Date: Monday June 4, 2012 Issues 1. Is it unlawful for an agency to require all public school students to undergo a search of their clothes, backpacks, lockers, and desks each morning? 2. Is it unlawful for an agency to permit random searches to take place of students’ clothes, backpacks, lockers, and desks? 3. Is it unlawful for an agency to give no notice or hearing prior to the enactment of new rules and regulations? 4. Is it unlawful for an agency to refrain from sending an interested party a notice of hearing? 5. Is it unlawful for an agency to deny an interested party the right to representation or counsel? 6. Is it considered an abuse of power when an agency denies an interested party due process in general? 7. Is it unlawful for an agency to permanently confiscate an individual’s personal property? 8. Is it unlawful for an agency to knowingly allow one of its programs to discriminate on the basis of sex in its processes and procedures? 2