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Inc. 956 NE2d 731 (Ind Ct App 2011) vacated The Supreme Court granted petitions to transfer the case and assumed jurisdiction over the appeal Plank argued that the Medical Malpractice Act violated the Privileges and Immunities Clause of the Indiana Constitution (Article I Section 23) in that it discriminates among healthcare providers and grants immunity to those who cause severe injuries and that immunity is not given to healthcare providers who may only cause “modest” injuries Plank’s argument centered on the belief that physicians do not flee states that lack malpractice damage caps and that there is no longer the medical emergency in Indiana which was the basis for the Medical Malpractice Act in 1976 The State of Indiana argued that the current legal standard would not allow Plank to present proof that there is no causal link between insurance premiums and the cap Such an analysis belongs to the legislature which the State argues has continued to monitor the situation The Court noted that it had in fact agreed in its ruling in Johnson v St Vincent Hospital Inc that the cap was a special immunity that was necessary But in Collins v Day the Court acknowledged that a classification granting such a special immunity which was proper when enacted may later cease to satisfy the requirement of Section 23 because of intervening changes in social or economic conditions The Court specifically questioned the State on constitutionality of capping of actual medical damages as opposed to pain and suffering (non-economic damages) The State responded that the purpose of the cap on damages is to create a predictable exposure for the healthcare provider and the insurance carriers Therefore the cap does not need to differentiate between actual medical damages and non-economic damages Justice David specially referred the State to the Illinois medical malpractice act which had a non-economic cap of $1 million and no cap on actual medical damages However it was not mentioned that in 2010t the Illinois Supreme Court held the non-economic cap of $1 million was unconstitutional in Lebron v Gottlieb Memorial Hospital Plank also challenged the constitutionality of the cap as a violation of separation of powers guaranteed under Article III Section 1 and Article VII Section 1 He argued the cap usurps judicial authority by effectively imposing a legislative remittitur on jury verdicts without regard to the evidence and by requiring a judge to enter a judgment at variance with the record The Defendants argued that Indiana legislature has the power to create and limit causes of action and modify the common law especially with respect to recovery Such laws do not constitute a legislative remittitur Damages limitations are part of the remedy and the legislature may alter the common law and change or abrogate remedies Finally Plank argued that the Medical Malpractice Cap violates Article I Section 21 (“Takings Clause”) of the Indiana Constitution He argued that it deprived him and others in his position of his property interest in his cause of action and his wife of her property interest in her bodily integrity without just compensation Plank argued that it improperly places the entire public burden of enhancing the availability and affordability of health care on those most severely injured by medical negligence rather than spreading that cost among all taxpayers The Defendants countered that Plank did not have any vested rights or property rights in a particular measure of damages and the Legislature possesses broad authority to modify the scope and nature of such damages Another issue which was raised on cross-appeal by the Hospital was whether Plank waived his right to assert a constitutional challenge The Hospital argued that Plank’s arguments regarding the constitutionality were waived on appeal because his constitutional challenge was not properly preserved at trial at the appropriate time The record shows that upon the rendering of the jury verdict the Hospital moved for reduction of the verdict to the statutory cap and Plank did not respond Plank’s counsel argued that he was consulting with his client and did not hear the oral motion However the trial court requested Plank’s counsel to draft the order reducing the award to the statutory limits and he agreed to do so Eight (8) days later Plank raised the constitutionality issue Plank contends the Hospital was not prejudiced by any such delay The Hospital noted that the matter had been pending for over six (6) years and if it had been placed on notice that Plank was going to consider challenging the constitutionality of the cap if the verdict exceeded the cap its defense strategy would have been extremely altered as it would have presented additional experts addressing the bills which arguably qualified the Plaintiff for the damages up to the cap This decision will impact all qualified healthcare providers in Indiana If the Court does find the cap to be unconstitutional those providers could be forced to take steps to protect their personal assets to meet verdicts which exceed their current professional liability insurance The Court is expected to issue a ruling in the next few months Should you have any questions please contact your regular Hall Render attorneyPortadown’s Drumcree Community Trust chaired by Michael Bingham SJ has employed two part-time bi-lingual support workers to work with the children of immigrant families in the area The two one Polish and the other Portuguese are assisting primary school children with their homework and with integration into the Community Centre activities The language assistants are currently on a 6 month pilot program but extended funding is currently being soughtBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: December 24 2014 6:12 pm BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee greets Russian Parliamentarian Vladimir Zhirinousky in New Delhi Also seenin picture: I K Gujral (Source: Express photo by Arun Jetlie) Related News Political leaders cutting across party lines today welcomed government’s decision to confer Bharat Ratna on freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee Vajpayee’s long-time political colleague L K Advani said he was happy with the government decision to bestow the highest civilian award to the former Prime Minister “I am very happy that Government has decided to honour Atal ji with Bharat Ratna” JD(U) leader and former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar congratulated Vajpayee and said the UPA government should have conferred the award on the former Prime Minister “Atal ji’s contribution to the country will always be remembered I congratulate him We also wanted Bharat Ratna for Atal ji The UPA government should have given this award to him” Kumar said Nobel laureate Amartya Sen who is also a Bharat Ratna recipient said he was “absolutely delighted” to get the news “I think he deserves to be honoured in every possible way because in many ways he was a very great statesman of the country and one doesn’t have to agree with every bit of his policy to appreciate the human quality that was behind his Prime Ministerial leadership” he said Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi too welcomed the decision “Very happy to know that Bharat Ratna is being conferred on Vajpayee and Malviya ji Everyone knows Malviya ji was a freedom fighter and an educationist When Vajpayee was the PM even if he was in a different party he helped me I am also personally grateful to him” Gogoi said Union Minister Prakash Javadekar termed it as the “best decision” of the government and expressed happiness over the recognition to Vajpayee as well as to Malviya”Today we are very happy as Bharat Ratna is being conferred on Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Madan Mohan MalviyaThis is the best decision taken by Narendra Modi and his Cabinet” Javadekar said Union Minister Harsh Vardhan said “Atal ji has already been a ‘Bharat Ratna’ for us People respect and love him The announcement of the award is just a formality” JD(U) President Sharad Yadav also hailed the decision saying “I am very pleased with this announcement Malviya had a great role in Indian independence and he established a great institution like Benaras Hindu University I have been associated with Atal ji for many years and even being in BJP he respected the composite culture of India” Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also welcomed the Centre’s decision “Atalji is a living legend He is not only a leader but a statesman…I think he is recognised as a great leader of Modern India worldwide I think the whole world will welcome this move” Fadnavis said Justice Giridhar Malaviya grandson of Madan Mohan Malviya said both Vajpayee and Malviya are respected by all sections “I congratulate Modi who was the first person to go to Varanasi and garland the statue of Malviya ji” Asked whether UPA should have taken such a decision he said “They would have also done this and it was really dueThese are the two persons who were absolutely controversy-less They were respected by all in the country” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News After the spot panchnama, A total of 26 people have been shortlisted for the interviews.it could not justify the exclusion of the others. For all the latest shlf1314 News, download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 4, Specifically, the revised policies affect the enrollment of HHAs that undergo a change of ownership (CHOW) (i) within three (3) years of their initial Medicare enrollment; or (ii) within three (3) years of a previous change in majority ownership. A change in majority ownership is a transaction in which the HHA experiences more than a fifty percent (50%) change in direct ownership by either an individual or an organization (i) during the thirty-six (36) months after the HHA’s initial Medicare enrollment; or (ii) thirty-six (36) months after its most-recent change in majority ownership If an HHA is subject to the “36-month rule” then the provider agreement and Medicare billing privileges do not transfer to the new owner?
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CNG is an environmental friendly gas compared to the diesel and hence we have decided to introduce CNG buses in the city to curb pollution on our part, Gupta added The MSRTC runs inter-city bus services within the MMR Some of its services like Dadar-PanvelThane-Mantralaya (Mumbai)Thane-Panvel and Thane-Bhiwandi are immensely popular as the local municipal transport units are not in a position to run such services at MSRTCs scale The corporation also plays a vital role in carrying the commuters from the townships like Vasai-VirarAlibaug-UranBhiwandi-NizampurUlhasnagarBadlapur Ambernath But all these buses run on diesel Howeverthe state transport unit also known as lifeline of rural Maharashtra has not decided to extend the CNG buses in other parts of the state CNG should be available in distant places to introduce these services in rural areas? For all the latest Mumbai News, Related News Kashmir has lost more than half of land under almond in a single year as the growers have axed their almond trees in their orchards bringing down the dry fruit production by 29 per cent in 2015. Officials in horticulture department blame the climate change and rapid conversion of the land for non-agriculture purposes as main causes of the axing of almond trees The latest government data on the growth of horticulture crops in the valley has painted a grim picture ofalmondcultivation in the valley especially in Srinagar andBudgam districts Budgam district had highest land under thealmondcultivation in previous years but many farmers in the central Kashmir district have now shifted to apple cultivation while others have altogether stopped growing any fruit Alone in the district 5665 hectares ofalmond land were lost in 2015 Share This Article Related Article Gulzar Ahmad Zargar a resident of Beerwah area of Budgam had over 10 kanals of land underalmondcultivation since 1900s but same has now got reduced to some eight trees The grower has shifted to apple cultivation after finding no takers of hisalmondproduce in the market “The revenue generated was always far less than what we invest There is no market for the local produce and the department too has not provided any high-yielding plant that would produce qualityalmond” Zargar told The Indian Express The summer capital Srinagar has lost 48 per cent of the land underalmondcrop and the produce has got reduced to the two-digit number of 58 metric tonnes Chief Horticulture Officer Srinagar R K Tikku said the previous survey on horticulture crops had included the villages of neighbouring districts like Ganderbal and Budgam “The localalmondfaces a tough competition from the Californiaalmonds The colour and size of our produce is much lower The climate too has not been favorable as the trees get early bloom now and then it easily vanishes when temperature goes down” he said Thealmondproduction had touched the 10K mark in 2014 but the same has now got reduced to 7055 metric tonnes now but what is worrisome is the loss of 8369 hectares of land in a single year Growers in Kashmir hadalmondtrees over 15350 hectares of land in 2014 but same stands now at 6981 hectares in the valley Almondproduction has been fluctuating in the valley during past five years with the production touching as high as 12497 metric tonnes in 2010 but the same had got reduced to mere 3243 MTs in 2011 Earlier the area underalmondproduction would be around 18000 hectares? he added. And of course, the number of bank frauds committed by cyber criminals till November 30 this year was 382 while it was 227 in 2016 and 262 in 2015, and Nokia 3310 (2017 version) have been spotted online on UK retailer.”Maine Pyar Kyon Kiya”.Fundamentals of Indian economy are getting stronger. A five-judge Constitution bench led by Chief Justice R M Lodha said that the court’s 2010 verdict was “not correct” in so far as it held that even minority institutions.
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