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Medical Service Contracts

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains 23 articles on medical service contracts. Some of the articles are: establishment of medical service contracts, limitation to the medical institution's refusal to accept the offer, obligation of reasonable arrangements, medical expense, patient's information right, medical institution's obligation of reasonable explanation, limitation to clinical experiment and exemption and limitation of liability. A medical institution shall be an institution of performing medical treatment, epidemic prevention, healthcare or of independent practice doctors with medical licenses. A medical institution shall perform emergency treatment on seriously ill or injured patients. A medical institution shall exercise a high degree of duty of care and the duty of loyalty to maintain the rights and interests of a patient. A medical institution shall utilize the anamnesis for reasonable purposes.

Keywords: medical institution; medical service contracts; patient's information



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