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/legislation & jurisprudence (LJ, /legis) Used for laws, statutes, ordinances, or government regulations regarding health care, as well as for legal controversy and court decisions, and applications of the principles of law and justice to health care. Legislative, executive, or judicial branches of government must be involved for legislation or jurisprudence to apply. Regulation by non-governmental organizations is neither legislative nor judicial. Legislation is also a main heading (N3.706.615+), as is Jurisprudence (N3.706.535+). More specific legislation and jurisprudence main headings are listed in these two MeSH Trees

Government regulates interfacility transfer of emergency department patients
PATIENT TRANSFER / *legis
EMERGENCY SERVICE, HOSPITAL / *legis
GOVERNMENT REGULATION

/manpower (MA, /man) Used with specialties, programs, and health facilities and services for the demand, supply, distribution, recruitment, turnover, and use of health personnel. It applies mainly to, but is not limited to, quantitative analysis of manpower. Health personnel MHs require /supply & distribution for discussions of manpower, rather than /manpower

Recruitment of hospital laboratory staff
LABORATORIES, HOSPITAL / *man
*PERSONNEL SELECTION
*MEDICAL LABORATORY PERSONNEL

/methods (MT, /methods) Used for discussions of procedures and techniques in the provision of health care, including methods of financing, costing, organizing and administering, planning, ensuring quality, and delivering special types of health care

Techniques for assessing outcome in private hospitals
OUTCOME ASSESSMENT (HEALTH CARE) / *methods
HOSPITALS, PRIVATE / *stand

/organization & administration (OG, /organ) Used for administrative structure and management of health care, including specialties, facilities, personnel, services, programs, and organizations, for such topics as leadership, governance, organizational policy and culture, organizational affiliations and mergers, personnel management, and practice management. It is not used for management of diseases in patients. It is also a main heading (N4.452+) under which more specific organizational MHs are listed

A model of leadership in cancer care facilities
CANCER CARE FACILITIES / *organ
*LEADERSHIP
*MODELS, ORGANIZATIONAL
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