Hawaii Health Care Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's Hawaii Health Care Laws section, which encompasses the various laws and regulations that impact people's health care decisions. This section includes articles on durable powers of attorney, which allow individuals to designate a trusted individual to make important health care decisions on their behalf, as well as living wills, legally binding documents in which individuals outline their health care and end-of-life preferences. In addition, this section covers regulations on abortion procedures, how confidential patient information must be handled, and a review of the state's civil statutes of limitation. Click on one of the following links to learn more about the Aloha State's health care laws.
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