OH HB276 | 2013-2014 | 130th General Assembly

Status

Status: Introduced on September 30 2013 - 25% progress
Action: 2013-09-30 - To Judiciary
Pending: House Judiciary Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [HTML]

Summary

To amend section 2317.43 and to enact sections 2305.27 and 2323.40 of the Revised Code to provide that certain statements and communications made regarding an unanticipated outcome of medical care are inadmissible as evidence, to require a plaintiff in a medical claim to establish that the defendant's act or omission is a deviation from the required standard of medical care and the direct and proximate cause of the alleged injury, death, or loss, to provide that any loss of a chance of recovery or survival by itself is not an injury, death, or loss for which damages may be recovered, and to grant civil immunity to a health care facility for injury, death, or loss caused by a health care practitioner who is not an employee or agent of, and provides medical services at, the facility.

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Title

To provide that certain statements and communications made regarding an unanticipated outcome of medical care are inadmissible as evidence, to require a plaintiff in a medical claim to establish that the defendant's act or omission is a deviation from the required standard of medical care and the direct and proximate cause of the alleged injury, death, or loss, to provide that any loss of a chance of recovery or survival by itself is not an injury, death, or loss for which damages may be recovered, and to grant civil immunity to a health care facility for injury, death, or loss caused by a health care practitioner who is not an employee or agent of, and provides medical services at, the facility.

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History

DateChamberAction
2013-09-30 To Judiciary
2013-09-30 Introduced to House

Subjects


Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
23Amended CodeCitation Text
2305New CodeSee Bill Text
230527New CodeSee Bill Text
2317Amended CodeCitation Text
231743Amended CodeCitation Text
2323New CodeSee Bill Text
232340New CodeSee Bill Text

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Bill Comments

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