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    Goals of a Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

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    Until the 1960s, patients had few rights; in fact, patients often were denied basic human rights during a time when they were most vulnerable. This changed with the adoption of the Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, also known as the Patient's Bill of Rights in 1998. Discuss what the three key goals of this document are.

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    The first goal of the Consumer Bill of Rights and Responsibilities is to improve confidence in the consumer. This may have stemmed from before the 1960s when consumers had few rights ...

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    The three goals that were created by the consumer bill of rights and responsibilities after the 1960s are identified in a short response.