A medical patient's legal rights, from childhood to old age, are set out in this guide. Taking the reader from the first encounter with the doctor, through potential hospital, maternity ward and nursing home experiences, the authors outline the questions that should be asked by the patient.
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Records can disclose information to you that might not otherwise be forthcoming. Consider all written information from health care practitioners a record, even bills. For instance, a woman went into a hospital for a biopsy, and the doctor told her the results were negative. She was relieved until the bill arrived. Besides the various charges for the biopsy, the bill stated that tissue from the biopsy was found to be malignant. Luckily, the woman read her bill carefully. She contacted her doctor and he checked the results; indeed, the bill was right and he was wrong.
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