4 edition of Ethical Conflicts in the Management of Home Care found in the catalog.
Ethical Conflicts in the Management of Home Care
Rosalie R. Kane
March 1993 by Springer Publishing Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Arthur L. Caplan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Here are seven tips for avoiding and resolving conflicts. Dunfee and I have used the term hypernorm instead of core human value. View values and beliefs from different cultures within historical, health care, cultural, spiritual, and religious contexts. The view that all business practices can be categorized as either ethical or unethical is too simple. Failing to protect patient information can now cause health care organizations to get slapped with fines. It is also defending others and acting in their best interest.
There was a U. Treat corporate values and formal standards of conduct as absolutes. Many people think of values as soft; to some they are usually unspoken. All physicians have the ethical responsibility to place patient needs above personal and business interests.
American culture with its emphasis on self-reliance and individualism Davis, Some companies have realized that. Jensen by prolonging his suffering. Consistent with this principle is respect for the autonomy of others. However, a central problem is that ethical issues associated with quality of life recognize that people can markedly disagree on what constitutes an acceptable quality of life.
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For example, North Americans and others with Western ethical perspectives who live in their own homelands may, unwittingly, export products abroad like textbooks, curriculums, and used equipment. Cultural Exportation - A situation where one culture sends products or goods to foreign countries cultures to be used or sold in the exporting culture.
Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 21 1 Scholars and health economists have devised various metrics for addressing these questions such as cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-benefit analysis, and quality of adjusted life-years. Managers must recognize that when countries have different ethical standards, there are two types of conflict that commonly arise.
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 32, An increasing problem for social workers in the current political environment in and and noted in a article in Social Work Today is: how should a social worker handle state or federal decisions that harm clients?
Each type requires its own line of reasoning. Leininger, M. In Europe and the Far East, the percentages are lower but are increasing rapidly. However, a central problem is that ethical issues associated with quality of life recognize that people can markedly disagree on what constitutes an acceptable quality of life.
Legal duties are based on societal standards, and are the minimal acceptable standards. But this code doesn't just apply to physicians who are actively treating patients; it also applies to those administering to the business and administrative needs of a medical organization.
I believe that even routine bribery is intolerable.
Allow foreign business units to help formulate ethical standards and interpret ethical issues. One culture's etiquette may require them to offer something to eat or drink—and that the guest accept. General Electric and others have found, however, that a single company usually cannot drive out entrenched corruption.
A problem with this principle is how to honor it when resources are finite or scarce. Therefore, reflecting on the values that predominate in the culture you practice, attain an education, visit, or read about is a requirement for ethical thoughtfulness.
Ethical Dilemmas Related to Clients Many ethical dilemmas arise from a social worker's relationship to a client. The fact is that officials in many developing countries wink at the practice, and the salaries of local bureaucrats are so low that many consider bribes a form of remuneration.
HIPAA requirements, however, aren't crystal clear when it comes to the complex issue of handling electronic patient data. Confidentiality During an initial meeting, it is important to establish what information if any will be kept confidential between you and the family and what will be shared with others in your agency and under what circumstances.Whether you're a social worker, therapist, visiting nurse or another type of home healthcare practitioner, you will undoubtedly face an ethical dilemma at some point in your career.
These quandaries can relate to a patient's safety, competency or confidentiality, reimbursement or a host of other issues that force home healthcare workers to act. analysis of all the scenarios in this book. Ethical scenarios: In the past, most health care was rendered in the patient’s home, and the physician made ers, including for clinical care, coding, quality management, and financial decision-making.
Get this from a library! Ethical conflicts in the management of home care: the case manager's dilemma. [Rosalie A Kane; Arthur L Caplan;] -- "This book illustrates and analyzes the many ethical issues that face case managers who allocate and monitor services for frail older people at home." "Ten case studies are presented, each of which.
Background Ethical conflict of nurse practitioners (NPs) practicing within a managed care environment has not been systematically examined, yet like physician practitioners, NPs are confronted with daily ethical conflicts. Objective To determine perceptions toward ethical conflict in practice espoused by NPs affiliated with managed care systems and to identify the relationship between.
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Some ethical concerns can apply to any workplace, such as those involving harassment or unfair business practices. Employees everywhere are expected to respect their leaders, colleagues, customers and vendors, and to perform business transactions with integrity.