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How does the law protect the accuracy of my health information?

According to the Consumer Health Information Bill of Rights, you have the right to expect the information used to make decisions about your healthcare is accurate and complete. The delivery of quality healthcare depends upon accurate and complete health information. Inaccurate or incomplete health information can prevent you from clearly understanding your overall health and can prevent you from receiving the care you need.

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