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1. Are issues of ethical concerns regulated and assessed adequately in the U.S. healthcare system? (2-3 paragraphs)
(a) Regulations for US Healthcare system
US Healthcare system is regulated through law, ethics and regulations to provide quality care to patients. Ethic concerns have to do with quality care (i.e., treat each patient with respect, care and dignity, provide the care that the patients asks for, provide physical safety measure, etc.). For more information see attachment for specific examples.
Every US healthcare facility (i.e., hospitals, palliative care, long term care facilities, etc.) operates under an organizational ethical code of conduct that is expected by all employees of the organization. When misconduct (i.e., unethical behavior such not acting in the clients best interest, leaving a patient alone and they fall, etc.) has ...
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Ethical Regulation in the United States Healthcare System
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