Wisconsin Health Care Laws
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Health care often involves serious decisions and the exchange of private information. Fortunately, Wisconsin has health care laws in place that help document a patient's wishes and protect their private information from being released. For example, the state's medical records laws keep a patient's diagnoses and treatments private, with a few exceptions. In order to better protect your rights and make sure your wishes regarding medical care are known, all Wisconsin residents should familiarize themselves with the state's health care laws. FindLaw's Wisconsin Health Care Laws section is a great place to start. Click on a link below to get started.
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