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9:00 am Alaska | 7:00 am Hawaii-Aleutian*                                                                                                                        

This presentation will cover:


  • When considering the ongoing debate of minor patients being decision-makers in their medical treatment, it is foremost that there be a review of the various components involved in the development of patient autonomy: right to privacy concept, patient rights and protection provisions.
  •  Patient autonomy for minors has variation from state to state which incorporates some interpretation of the mature minor doctrine and the types of medical services administered to minor patients: general, family planning, religious, and life-threatening (will include case studies) 
  • Through basic guidance at the federal level, one can expect clearer expectations thus outcomes related to minor patients being allowed to make medical-based decisions for themselves 

Target Audience:

  • Heath care compliance professionals that work in settings involving delivery of services to minors patients 


*The web conference will run for 90 minutes, including a 30-minute question-and-answer session at the end.     


$99.00 Member Rate  
$119.00 Non Member Rate