i. Receive information about services and providers
ii. Be treated with respect in recognition of their dignity and right to privacy.
iii. Participate with providers in decision making regarding their health care inclusive to:
a. Attaining written consent to treat
b. Make the final determination in the course of action among clinically acceptable choices
c. Be represented by parents, guardians, family members, or other conservators when the patients are unable to fully participate in their treatment decisions with proper legal documentation
d. Acknowledgment of advanced directive.
iv. Discussion of appropriate or medically necessary treatment options for their conditions
v. Voice complaints or appeals about their care through the complaint process
vi. Be represented by parents, guardians, family members or other conservators when the members are unable to fully participate in their treatment decisions with proper legal documentation
vii. Discuss potential treatment options (without regard to plan coverage), side effects of treatment, and management of symptoms. Practitioners will educate patients regarding their health needs and share findings of history and physical examinations.
viii. Make the final determination regarding clinically acceptable choices.
ix. Have an Advance Directive acknowledged by the clinic.