The Affordable Care Act

833 Words Feb 23rd, 2018 3 Pages
you would probably want your parents to go with you to make your choices of what to do when you're in the hospital and your sick because your parents would probably know more that you would know about it and you could make the wrong choice if you're not thinking correctly. If you were in an a comma and you already made choices about what you want to do before you were in an a comma,your parents should have the right to decide something else for you because your choice of what you want to do may not be the right choice as you think it would might be. “In 2010, a new Patient’s Bill of Rights was created along with the Affordable Care Act. This bill of rights was designed to give new patient protections in dealing with insurance companies. Some of the protections started in 2010, but others were phased in more slowly and take full effect in 2014. As a patient, you have certain rights. some are guaranteed by federal law, such as the right to get a copy of your medical records, and the right to keep them private. Many states have additional laws protecting patients, and healthcare facilities often have a patient bill of rights. An important patient right is informed constant. This means that if you need a treatment, your healthcare provider must give you the information you need to make a decision of what you want to do. These are some of the protections that are applied to the health plans for the new laws: “
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