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Tag Archives: Patient Rights
In the new National Institute for Patient Rights survey, conflict was also the cause of violations #6 and #7, violation of patient right to know hospital rules on charges and payment methods, and the patient right to review the hospital … Continue reading
Conflict between team and patient/advocate was the cause of #5 on The List of the latest National Institute for Patient Rights survey. Patients and their advocates have a right to know of realistic care alternatives when hospital care is no … Continue reading
Patient rights are under siege, as evidenced in a recent survey conducted by the National Institute for Patient Rights (NIPR). Our staff compiled the results based on responses from one-thousand randomly selected, former hospital patients who took part in the … Continue reading
A lot of media folks have been calling the Institute asking for our opinion on what happened at Walter Reed Hospital. There appears to have been repeated and gross violations of the patient rights of distinguished veterans as well as the … Continue reading