The Supreme Court of the United States held that a plaintiff does not have to prove that a hospital acted with an improper motive when seeking recovery for alleged violations of EMTALAs stabilization requirement because the language of the statute does not support such a test.
Roberts v. Galen of Virginia, 119 S. Ct. 685 (1999).
David E. Mitchell,
EMTALA's Stabilization Requirement Does Not Require Proof of Improper Motive: Roberts v. Galen of Virginia,
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