Access to Emergency Services and Care in Florida - Article by Richard M. Ellis, appearing in the January 1998 issue of the Florida Bar Journal. Includes discussion of Florida statutes on the provision of emergency care.
The Overlooked Emergency Room Cause of Action - Article posted by Scott McMillen, an Orlando, Florida plaintiff attorney, also addressing Florida state statutes similar to EMTALA. Reprinted from the Floida Bar Journal, November 1997.
Patient dumping in the federal courts: expanding EMTALA without
preempting state malpractice law
Relationship between EMTALA and medical malpractice: too close for comfort
Is EMTALA a defanged COBRA?
Did Congress intend to give patients the right to demand and receive inappropriate medical treatment?: EMTALA reexamined in light of Baby K
Legal issues of emergency psychiatric patients: the application of
EMTALA and state civil commitment laws
Implications of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) on differences based on race and gender in the treatment of patients presenting to a hospital emergency department with chest pain
In the Matter of Baby K: the Fourth Circuit stretches EMTALA even further
EMTALA rears its ugly head: the case of Baby K
The Anatomy of EMTALA: A Litigator's Guide
EMTALA: its first decade. A restrospective analysis of 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1395dd
Current status of the patient transfer act (EMTALA) in the Fifth
Managed Care and Emergency Medicine: Conflicts, Federal Law, and California Legislation