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  • Additionally, in 2004 Hawaii enacted the Pain Patient's Bill of Rights, and in doing so recognized that inadequate treatment of pain is a significant health problem.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: Hawaii: The Latest State Where Doctors Can Provide Aid in Dying

  • During the late 1990s and early 2000's, I was a participant at numerous strategy sessions in a conference room at the Porter Novelli public relations firm in Washington, where plans were being developed to turn public attitudes against the Patient's Bill of Rights.

    Wendell Potter: Public Option Is Alive in CT, But Insurers' BFFs Are Out to Kill It

  • The Republicans want to inflict a plague on the American people by repealing health reform and the Patient's Bill of Rights -- a package of common sense reforms that will allow kids to stay on their parent's insurance until age 26, prevent insurance companies from revoking your coverage if you get sick, prevent children from being denied coverage based on a pre-existing condition, and remove lifetime limits on what insurance will cover.

    Rep. James E. Clyburn: GOP Agenda Is a Plague on Americans

  • The 1909 provision, the Pain Patient's Bill of Rights and the Uniform Health-Care Decision Act together give terminally-ill patients significant freedom of choice to determine their course of medical care at the end of life and protection to physicians who provide that chosen care.

    Barbara Coombs Lee: Hawaii: The Latest State Where Doctors Can Provide Aid in Dying

  • The Republicans want to inflict a plague on the American people by repealing health reform and the Patient's Bill of Rights -- a package of common sense reforms that will allow kids to stay on their parent's insurance until age 26, prevent insurance companies from revoking your coverage if you get sick, prevent children from being denied coverage based on a pre-existing condition, and remove lifetime limits on what insurance will cover.

    Rep. James E. Clyburn: GOP Agenda Is a Plague on Americans

  • One of the things that took effect as part of this Patient's Bill of Rights is a phase-out of what they call annual limits, that you can't have, you know - there were these lifetime limits.

    Understanding The Latest Health Care Changes

  • I can imagine Porter Novelli describing its success in the 1990s and early 2000s creating the front group called the Health Benefits Coalition, funded primarily by health insurers, to make sure Congress did not pass a Patient's Bill of Rights.

    Wendell Potter: The Front Group Hall of Shame Gets a New Inductee

  • I seem to recall several ads this year from groups like Let Freedom Ring and the above mentioned Conservatives for Patient's Rights.

    First on the Ticker: $22 mln spent on health care TV ads

  • One Patient's Record Marjorie Bushman, 62 years old, is in generally good health but had high blood pressure.

    A Long-Awaited Advance in the War on Blood Pressure

  • The Republicans want to inflict a plague on the American people by repealing health reform and the Patient's Bill of Rights -- a package of common sense reforms that will allow kids to stay on their parent's insurance until age 26, prevent insurance companies from revoking your coverage if you get sick, prevent children from being denied coverage based on a pre-existing condition, and remove lifetime limits on what insurance will cover.

    Rep. James E. Clyburn: GOP Agenda Is a Plague on Americans

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