What are the rights and obligations of a shareholder?

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What are the rights and obligations of a shareholder?

Common shareholders are granted six rights: voting power, ownership, the right to transfer ownership, dividends, the right to inspect corporate documents, and the right to sue for wrongful acts.

What are a patients rights and responsibilities?

Be treated with dignity and respect. Accept or refuse treatment and only be physically examined with consent. Be given information about any test and treatment options open to you, what they involve and their risks and benefits. Have access to your own records.

What are the purpose of patient charter?

It recognises and protects the integrity and dignity of patients and clients. It sets out patients’ rights and entitlements. It is also a yardstick to measure the quality of health care services provided at the health care institutions.

What are the 10 rights of a patient?

Patients Rights

  • Right to Appropriate Medical Care and Humane Treatment.
  • Right to Informed Consent.
  • Right to Privacy and Confidentiality.
  • Right to Information.
  • The Right to Choose Health Care Provider and Facility.
  • Right to Self-Determination.
  • Right to Religious Belief.
  • Right to Medical Records.

What power does a shareholder have?

Appointing or re-appointing the company’s auditors. Electing or re-electing the company’s directors. Approving amendments to the company’s articles of association. Granting authority for the directors to allot new shares.

What are the obligations of shareholders?

Shareholders have the right to speak, but they also have the duty to listen. The board has the right and authority to run the company, but shareholders have the obligation to make informed, policy-oriented comments and recommendations to the board on important topics.

What are the 5 rights of a patient?

One of the recommendations to reduce medication errors and harm is to use the “five rights”: the right patient, the right drug, the right dose, the right route, and the right time.

What is the meaning of patient charter?

The confidentiality of information obtained from patients/clients in the course of treatment. The client is entitled to act on his/her behalf except where such information is required by law or is in the public interest.

What are the 5 rights of patients?

Your rights as a hospital patient:

  • Right to Accessibility, availability and continuity of care.
  • Right to Dignity and Privacy of Patient.
  • Right to ensure Safety.
  • Right to Confidentiality of Information.
  • Right to Refusal of treatment.
  • Right to Information & education.

Who is included in the Charter of patients rights and responsibilities?

This will also normally include those who provide NHS primary care services (for example GP’s, dentists, opticians and pharmacists) and their staff. This information is available in different formats such as Easy Read and BSL.

What are patient rights and responsibilities in Scotland?

The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities (the ‘charter’) summarises what you are entitled to when you use NHS services and receive NHS care in Scotland, and what you can do if you feel that your rights have not been respected. The charter also explains what is expected of you when using the NHS in Scotland.

What’s the purpose of the Hong Kong Patients Charter?

The purpose of the Patients’ Charter is to explain both your Rights and Responsibilities when you use the services of any of Hong Kong’s public hospitals. Knowing and understanding your rights and responsibilities will make your relationship with health care providers a mutually beneficial one.

Why was the Patient’s Charter launched in the UK?

Patients must always come first, and the Patient’s Charter is designed to direct the delivery of quality services to the public – both paying and non-paying. The launch of the first ever Patient’s Charter in this Country, is a significant development in the thrust towards achieving a health service comparable with the best in the world.

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