Connecticut Health Care Laws
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Having your health is the most important thing, and it’s nice to know the Nutmeg State has extensive health care laws that can ensure that its citizens are well taken care of. Connecticut’s health care statutes can allow you to prepare ahead of time to make sure that you are treated according to your own wishes on medical care, while making sure that all of your medical records are kept private and confidential. You can find information in this section covering access to medical records as well as state-specific statutes on the methods for declaring your wishes regarding life-prolonging medical procedures. Select from the topics below for more resources on health care laws in Connecticut.
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