A Clean Bill of Health Is Good For Business –
It’s More Important Than You Think
Clean Bill of Health (Spanish: Lluo acerca ocupatoria) is a French national healthcare law
passed in 1996 by the French Government. The aim was to create a clean bill of health, a
benchmark for clinical practice and for medical diagnosis and treatment. The law recognises the
right of every citizen to receive health services free of charge and has encouraged research and
development of medical services and diagnostic equipment. It also aims to provide all the
citizens with the right to acquire health insurance.
What does a clean bill of health mean? A clean bill of health is determined by four key
considerations: quality of life, safety of life, protection of health and society’s need for services.
Quality of life means how a person lives, the quality of the places he or she lives and activities
they participate in. Safety of life includes general security of the population and the prevention of
the exposure of the population to harmful risks. A clean bill of health ensures that a person gets
all the health services that he or she needs and that these are effective, relevant and affordable.
Protection of health and social welfare of the community are ensured when a person has a clean
bill of health.
How is a clean bill of health determined? A clean bill of health is given when the following
conditions are met: A patient receives all the services and the recommended treatments he or
she needs and the recommended course of treatment is taken. The quality of a patient’s life is
not affected and does not decline because of a clean bill of health. A patient is not subjected to
any unnecessary pain or suffering.
How is a clean bill of health defined? A clean bill of health is achieved when the following seven
criteria are present: a. A patient receives all the services and the recommended treatments he or
she needs. b. The quality of a patient’s life is not affected and does not decline because of a
clean bill of health.
What are some good examples of idioms to describe a clean bill of health? Some examples are
as follows: a. When something is said, it is usually right. b. Something is taken as done, when
something is said, it usually results in its happening.
What are some idioms related to clean bills of health? The following list should be considered as
some examples of idioms to describe a clean bill of health: a. When something is noted, it is
usually remembered. b. When something is recorded, it usually leads to its being stored or
It is quite clear now that the definition of a clean bill of health is relative and varies from person to
person. In general, however, it is described as a condition in which the body’s condition permits
the maintenance of its integrity and physiology, although there are instances where the integrity
of the body may be compromised. When this happens, the health of the individual is placed at
risk and the possibility of a disease or illness may arise.
This brief article is intended only to provide an outline of some popular idiom that can be used to
explain health insurance. Health insurance is complicated and the information contained in this
article is not intended to be used in place of, or in conjunction with, professional medical advice
regarding health-related issues. For medical advice, contact a licensed health insurance plan
provider for further information and/or to make an appointment.
A good health insurance plan should cover the bases for both preventative medical care and, in
the case of accident or injury, emergency room visits. There are many plans available today that
do not do this. In addition, be sure to check how long the policy will cover you in the event of a
hospital stay or accident. You should also inquire about how long will the plan last and if there
are any additional restrictions. For instance, some health insurance plans require a minimum
period of stay in the hospital before they cover the costs, whereas others have no age limit or
annual cap on expenses.
There is another important health related idiom that often gets lost in the health care debate.
According to this idiom, a clean bill of health simply tells the patient what his status is and then
the doctor can determine what course of action will be best for him. While it is true that a clean
bill of health will tell a patient what he or she has, nothing in life is as simple as that. A clean bill
of health can have many limitations. It will often tell the doctor whether or not the patient will
need surgery or if they will only need to rest and recover.
If you are paying for insurance just to protect yourself from a large hospital bill, then you are
likely paying for more than you need to. You may not want to pay for a pre-existing condition or
even a waiting period for an existing condition. Thus, a clean bill of health will probably tell you
what you actually need to avoid paying for services that you do not need. That said, if you are in
need of coverage for a specific health concern, such as a broken hip, broken arm, or dislocated
knee, then you probably would want to purchase additional health insurance. Just make sure
that you read your policy carefully so that you know exactly what you are covered for