Texas Health and Safety Code - HEALTH & SAFETY § 166.007. Execution of Advance Directive May Not Be Required

A physician, health facility, health care provider, insurer, or health care service plan may not require a person to execute or issue an advance directive as a condition for obtaining insurance for health care services or receiving health care services.

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