Focusing on ethical principles used in resolving ethical dilemmas, discuss conditions under which it is ethical for physicians to perform abortions. - Be sure to identify and discuss applicable state and federal laws/regulations as well as ethical theories and principles. - Your opinions must be justified with evidence from
Please help with the concepts of answering this question: How do GAAP, Corporate Compliance, and Ethics combine to prevent fraud and abuse in health care organizations? With this question I'm describing the concepts of GAAP, ethics, corporate compliance, fraud and abuse. Also, it needs to describe and identify the relationsh
What are the implications for society if physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia were legal in all states? What would be the benefits to the patient and what dangers exist?
Every person approaches life with a certain perspective or worldview which could be identified with a specific ethical theory. Which ethical theoretical framework best describes your personal worldview? Support your response with examples.
Explain the principle of Good Samaritan laws. Discuss one way that you believe such laws are beneficial to society and one way that you believe they are detrimental to society.
Read the following case study and answer the questions below. ACME Medical Center has been damaged seriously by a recent hurricane. A helicopter that is trying to rescue people stranded by the hurricane has crashed, hitting the wing of the building where the pediatric unit was located. In the midst of the explosion, fire, and
I need help on a transplant case regarding Mickey Mantle. Mickey Mantle (former baseball player) received a liver transplant in 1995 due to his liver failing from cirrhosis and hepatitis. He received the transplant after two days when there is a waiting list of 40,000 people on a list that generally takes 130 days. He recei
Dilemma: Voluntary/Assisted Euthanasia Provide: 1. A description of the topic and related ethical implications. 2. Obligations to your profession and work as a nurse. Can you please assist me with some information concerning the two items above?
Is this a myth or truth: If you train people, you are only training them for another employer.
I need help in answering the two questions below. Questions reference the article: Cultural Influence on Family Management of Children With Cancer Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 2007 24: 227 Annaka Gustafson Thibodeaux and Janet A. Deatrick The online version of this article can be found at: http://jpo.sagepub.c
Case: A physician is given non-prescription vitamin samples that are expensive and are to be given to patients of low income. Employees took samples home for their personal use. They tell you to do the same because you can save money and they will become outdated before other people can get them. Questions: 1. What sh
Healthcare providers need communication skills to effectively handle situations with patients, family, coworkers and employer-employee conflicts. How do you propose to train providers to have these very necessary skills?
I could really use some help on this 3-4 page position reflecting views on what the health care profession's legal and moral stance should be on AIDS and the health care practice. Thank you in advance.
Mrs. Oliver has pain and stiffness in the muscles and tendons of her shoulders, legs, and neck. She had osteoarthritis too. Her discomfort increases during stress. She is depressed. What may be the diagnosis? What is her substance P level? What are the other signs and symptoms? What are the treatments?
List five areas of negligence for allied health professionals. Discuss the standard of care in each area, and how that standard can be applied to the health care facility.
In each case, answer the questions at the end of the case and also give researched references to support your assertions and explain what would be the ethical course of action and the legal requirements for action in the case. Case One Mrs. Lewis was head nurse on a medical surgical floor in a community hospital with 250
As required by law, every health care facility must maintain a medical record for each patient that it treats (Pozgar, 2004). Although the exact specifications may vary slightly across each state, there are still some basic legal principles to remember when dealing with the medical record. As a part of the risk-management depart
What are the ethical considerations involved in deciding who receives short and long term health care? What ethical considerations should be considered in the micro-allocation of care within the health care facility, and how will the decision affect the long-term policy of the facility?
This solution addresses the ways in which the four principles of Ethics: Autonomy; Beneficence; Non-Malfeasance; and justice have important resonance in the US healthcare system.
Read the Online Patient-Clinician Messaging: Fundamentals of Ethical Practice PDF. (attached) What are ethical implications of patient-clinician messaging? What measures/practices can health care organizations put into practice to assist clinicians with the ethical challenges of patient-clinician messaging?
Outline the informed consent requirements. What is the responsibility of the allied health professional with regard to informed consent forms and the process of obtaining informed consent?
You are David Jamison, MHA, ethics committee chairman at Marion General Hospital. Coming before your committee today is the case of Margie Whitson, age 95, who wishes to have her pacemaker deactivated. Her physician, Dr. Rana Vijay, has declined to honor her request in this matter, citing ethical concerns with such an action. It will be your job to thoroughly analyze the issues in this case and to make a recommendation from the ethics committee.
You are David Jamison, MHA, ethics committee chairman at Marion General Hospital. Coming before your committee today is the case of Margie Whitson, age 95, who wishes to have her pacemaker deactivated. Her physician, Dr. Rana Vijay, has declined to honor her request in this matter, citing ethical concerns with such an action. It
in 300-350 words, answer the following questions: What is the role provided by break-even point and how would you calculate this point? Please calculate break-even point in patient days under the provided contract. What are the limitations of using break-even point and how would you incorporate this point with management
What are the roles played by a budget and how many budget types are available? Under what conditions is a flexible budget likely to be more effective than a forecast budget?
Creative policies to legalize euthanasia: Assignment is to identify a public health issue (I have chosen end of life decisions) and create and discuss three proposed policies on this topic. I would like to focus on Dr. Kavorkian's actions and Physician Assisted Suicide also referred to as comfort medication. It is my u
Please help with this part of the assignment. What is the differentiate virtues from values. What is the characteristics of both. How do they affect one's character? How are they acquired? How can they be helpful in resolving health care ethical dilemmas? How does virtues and value play a part in a health-relate
Consent and Research of a National Healthcare Agency: Discuss the ethical standards that apply to experimentation and research.
My task for my homework question is to find a national healthcare agency and discuss the ethical standards that apply to experimentation.
What are the most common ethical issues facing healthcare marketing managers? How should the ethical issues be addressed in the strategic/marketing plan?
Based on Christian principles, what are the three purposes of government? Describe each of these, using Biblical citations. Where are these three purposes of government evident today?
What do you consider to be the top three current issues facing Public Health Ethics over the coming years and at least the next decade?