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Louisville KY is located in the state of Kentucky and therefore, governed by the Kentucky Medical Practice Act. It does not indicate that it is a must for medical administrative assistants to be certified (Hiemenz, Stanley, and Jason 2). However, those who have already graduated and need a license can acquire it by registering with Certified Medical Administration Assistant (CMAA) through the National Healthcare Association (NHA).
How patients would be in danger were it not for Medical Practice Acts 
Patients would risk receiving poor quality of care. The main reason why the Acts were adopted was to safeguard members of the public from practitioners who are not qualified and from fraudulent medical practices. Through their Medical Practice Acts, the state therapeutic board individuals characterize the particular doctor capabilities important to practice prescription in their states (Warner 32). They direct and oversee the issuance, confirmation, and re-affirmation of restorative certifications and they assess doctors who moved on from remote medicinal schools. They issue constrained licenses for doctors in postgraduate preparing, and they characterize points of interest for mandatory announcing an examination of different medicinal circumstances. With their absence, incompetent doctors would have their way and would be offering unprofessional services which would jeopardize the patients’ well-being.
Reflection
In the event that a doctor performed a procedure without the patient’s consent, they could be charged with a civil or criminal offense such as gross negligence of medical ethics. Medical laws contain the principles that all health practitioners should follow. They require doctors to behave ethically, for instance, by ensuring that they act with informed consent from their clients. Informed consent is one way of promoting the ethical codes of beneficence, non-maleficence, and patient’s autonomy.
 
 
Works Cited
Hiemenz, Matthew C., Stanley T. Leung, and Jason Y. Park. “Crossing boundaries: a comprehensive survey of medical licensing laws and guidelines regulating the interstate practice of pathology.” The American journal of surgical pathology 38.3 (2014): e1-e5.
Warner, John Harley. The therapeutic perspective: Medical practice, knowledge, and identity in America, 1820-1885. Vol. 371. Princeton University Press (2014): 25-46.
Student’s Name
Instructor’s Name
Course
Date
Medical Practice Acts
Louisville KY is located in the state of Kentucky and therefore, governed by the Kentucky Medical Practice Act. It does not indicate that it is a must for medical administrative assistants to be certified (Hiemenz, Stanley, and Jason 2). However, those who have already graduated and need a license can acquire it by registering with Certified Medical Administration Assistant (CMAA) through the National Healthcare Association (NHA).
How patients would be in danger were it not for Medical Practice Acts 
Patients would risk receiving poor quality of care. The main reason why the Acts were adopted was to safeguard members of the public from practitioners who are not qualified and from fraudulent medical practices. Through their Medical Practice Acts, the state therapeutic board individuals characterize the particular doctor capabilities important to practice prescription in their states (Warner 32). They direct and oversee the issuance, confirmation, and re-affirmation of restorative certifications and they assess doctors who moved on from remote medicinal schools. They issue constrained licenses for doctors in postgraduate preparing, and they characterize points of interest for mandatory announcing an examination of different medicinal circumstances. With their absence, incompetent doctors would have their way and would be offering unprofessional services which would jeopardize the patients’ well-being.
Reflection
In the event that a doctor performed a procedure without the patient’s consent, they could be charged with a civil or criminal offense such as gross negligence of medical ethics. Medical laws contain the principles that all health practitioners should follow. They require doctors to behave ethically, for instance, by ensuring that they act with informed consent from their clients. Informed consent is one way of promoting the ethical codes of beneficence, non-maleficence, and patient’s autonomy.
 
 
Works Cited
Hiemenz, Matthew C., Stanley T. Leung, and Jason Y. Park. “Crossing boundaries: a comprehensive survey of medical licensing laws and guidelines regulating the interstate practice of pathology.” The American journal of surgical pathology 38.3 (2014): e1-e5.
Warner, John Harley. The therapeutic perspective: Medical practice, knowledge, and identity in America, 1820-1885. Vol. 371. Princeton University Press (2014): 25-46.