Rhode Island Health Care Laws
Few things are as important in life than our health, which is why states regulate certain aspects of health care in order to ensure greater control over our health. Welcome to FindLaw's section outlining some of the laws and regulations that affect us on a deeply personal level, written for non-attorneys. This section includes articles on living wills and durable powers of attorney, which allow patients to have control over their health care decisions in the event they become incapacitated, in addition to privacy rules for sensitive medical information, restrictions on abortion access and regulation of the procedure, and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Rhode Island health care laws.