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    How to create an ethical code of conduct for a health care administrative office. The code must be comprehensive for all potential ethical situations and must, at a minimum, include ethical standards which would apply to the following stakeholders:

    Board Members
    Executive staff
    Management
    Professional staff
    Administrative staff
    Patients

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    PROBLEM:
    What goes into an ethical code
    How to create an ethical code of conduct for a health care administrative office. The code must be comprehensive for all potential ethical situations and must, at a minimum, include ethical standards which would apply to the following stakeholders:

    Board Members
    Executive staff
    Management
    Professional staff
    Administrative staff
    Patients

    SOLUTION:
    As a health care worker (particularly with administrative functions), you are faced everyday with countless people from different walks and perspectives of life. Definitely, you would be encountering both attitudinal problems as well as primary-complaint health-related problems. In this kind of working environment, it is highly expected from you to do your task according to standards (standard operating procedures) but most importantly, with the utmost consideration to the ethical standards or code of conduct. In order to fit as such, there are a number of factors or considerations by which an ethical code of conduct should incorporate. These are discussed comprehensively below:

    1. Accountability
    Description: taking responsibility for what you do or don't do and being able to give satisfactory reasons for all your actions and decisions if asked to do so. Make sure you are happy with the things you do (actions) and the things you don't do (omissions) in your daily work and that you can justify them to patients, your supervisor, your employer and others. You must carry
    out only the tasks agreed in your job description or specification so that your employer knows what you are likely to be doing and, based on this, agrees to accept liability ...

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