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Patient Bill of Rights

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A game to test your knowledge and understanding on the patient bill of rights! Created by Sydney Medina

Created Date 04.28.21
Last Updated 05.03.21
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Topics of this game:
  • Choose the scenario that best represents to be treated with courtesy and respect in an environment free from discrimination.
  • Choose the best way it is shown to be treated confidentially, with access to your records limited to those involved in your care or otherwise authorized by you.
  • Which best represents to be informed by your health care provider about your diagnosis, scheduled course of treatment, alternative treatment, risks, and prognosis.
  • Which best explains how it is accepted to use your own financial resources to pay for the care of your choice.
  • Which scenario be depicts how a patient is able to refuse medical treatment, even if your physician recommends it.
  • Which best describes to create Advance Directives (AD) and have your physician(s) or hospital staff provide care that is consistent with these directives.
  • Choose the option which best shows how to be informed about the outcomes of care, treatment, and services that have been provided, including unanticipated outcomes.
  • Which scenario best describes how to properly be provided an estimate of charges for medical care, a reasonably clear itemized bill, and, if needed, an explanation of the charges.
  • Which is the best way shown how to receive prompt and reasonable responses to questions and requests.
  • The right to know what patient services are available, including whether an interpreter is available if you do not speak English.
  • Which choice best represents to be informed if medical treatment is for experimental research and to give your consent or refusal to participate.