Medical consent is a requirement by law that the patient must agree to be examined or treated by a physician. Consent can be given orally, implied, and/or written.

In a one to two page summary, describe under which circumstances the patient should never sign a consent form. Explain why in these situations the medical administrator should never enforce the consent form. Also, describe how the medical administrator should follow-up these situations.

 

 

Medical consent is a requirement by law that the patient must agree to be examined or treated by a physician. Consent can be given orally, implied, and/or written. In a one to two page summary, describe under which circumstances the patient should never sign a consent form. Explain why in these situations the medical administrator should never enforce the consent form. Also, describe how the medical administrator should follow-up these situations.Medical consent is a requirement by law that the patient must agree to be examined or treated by a physician. Consent can be given orally, implied, and/or written. In a one to two page summary, describe under which circumstances the patient should never sign a consent form. Explain why in these situations the medical administrator should never enforce the consent form. Also, describe how the medical administrator should follow-up these situations.

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