health and law class

Examining Laws in Saudi Arabia (105 points)
The right to healthcare is stipulated in Article 27 and 31 of the Basic Laws of Saudi Arabia, the Ministry of Health issued a Patient’s Bill of Rights (PBR) in 2006. Factors which may contribute to morbidity and mortality include lack of awareness of health rules and the regulations of the Ministry of Health, along with lack of clear laws.
Write a 4-5 page paper evaluating the purpose of Article 27 and 31 and discussing how it may affect medical outcomes.
Your paper should address the following substantive requirements:
Describe in detail aspects of the articles.
How does medical outcomes connect to adherence to the law?
How can healthcare organizations educate patients on their rights?
Your paper should meet the following requirements:
4-5 pages in length, not including reference page.
Formatted according to APA 7th edition
Provide support for your statements with in-text citations from a minimum of four scholarly articles. Two of these sources may be from the class readings, textbook, or lectures, but two must be external.
* notes:
M- Main Idea

E- Evidence

A- Analysis

L- Lead Out

Each paragraph should have a Main Idea which is the topic sentence. Next, you should use peer-reviewed sources as evidence. Then analyze the citations with your personal experience and synthesize the information. Finally, the L stands for lead out where you will summarize the main idea and transition to the next paragraph.

including Article 27 and Article 31 for this weeks Critical Thinking Assignment.

Article 27:
The State shall guarantee the rights of the citizens and their families in cases of emergency, illness, disability and old age. The State shall support the Social Insurance Law and encourage organizations and individuals to participate in philanthropic activities.

Article 31:
The State shall look after public health and provide health care for every citizen