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Radiation Records

Radiology POS 811

informed consent consent given by a patient following complete disclosure
liability legal accountability
malpractice resulting when a dental practititioner is negligent in the delivery of dental care
negligence occurs when the diagnosis made or the dental treatment delivered falls below the standard of care
risk management policies and procedures that should be followed by the dental radiographer to reduce the chances that legal action be filed against them
self-determination legal right to make choices about the care they receive.
standard of care the quality of care that is provided by dental practititioners in a similar locality under the same or similar conditions
statute of limitations state laws govern the duration of time during which a patient may bring a malpractice action against the dentist or auxillary
Created by: mdeose1