while they were attending college. This provision guarantees that population access to health care through their parents. Lifetime limits are harmful to patients because it keeps them locked into a vicious circle of not being able to care for their ongoing medical needs. Finally, rescissions (dropped coverage due to clerical error) will no longer be allowed under the new laws. This new law will benefit patients by giving them some remedy and relief from losing much needed coverage when illness strikes. Having protections and protocols in place will limit malpractice incidents and keep the system from being burdened by those unnecessary claims and lawsuits. The four ethical principles work together within the new legal requirements to meaningfully impact patient care for the better. Strategies to Avoid Malpractice Analyze strategies that could be put in place to help avoid malpractice. – Frances Conclusion
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