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HLT 520

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A patient is in a coma that appears irreversible. His mother, who is his surrogate, firmly believes that he will recover and that God is taking a hand to work a miracle if everyone will just wait long enough. She wants everything done for the patient, including resuscitation if he arrests. She in.....
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In this time of limited financial resources and reduced government payments for health care services, what are the ethical issues of limiting care? How much uncompensated care can hospitals absorb? Where do people with no resources go for care? What is the state’s responsibility to ensure health .....
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Details:   Scenario: A 96-year-old male patient is admitted to the ICU with terminal liver cancer. He is confused and disoriented, very skinny and appears underfed, and is covered with bruises, which are common in patients with liver disorders. His daughter, who is a naturopathic phy.....
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Details:   Scenario: A patient had surgery and the nurse-anesthetist administered the anesthesia. The patient subsequently arrested and died while under anesthesia. An investigation concluded that the patient was not receiving the needed amount of oxygen and the nurse-anesthetist mis.....
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Discuss the four components of a valid contract and apply them to a contract with a vendor to purchase a new CT scanner. What would you include in the contract? How would you be sure it would be valid?   .....
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Since the hospital/patient relationship is considered a contract of sorts, how is it affected if the patient decides to disconnect himself from telemetry and leave the hospital for 4 hours to go score some cocaine on the street? What would you do as a hospital administrator in this situation? .....
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Details:   Scenario: A physician is claiming injury and damages from a hospital that notified him they were not renewing his contract for services provided. The hospital gave him a 4-month notice and stated that they were exercising this right because they wanted the department in wh.....
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Details:   1) Read the case study, “Hospital’s Duty to Ensure Competency” on pages 183-184 in the textbook.   2) Write a paper (1,250-1,500 words) that addresses the case study’s two Discussion prompts. Include a detailed rationale for your answers.   3) Pre.....
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If a physician develops a history of disruptive behavior, belittling staff, cursing at coworkers, and being rude and curt to patients, what are the responsibilities of the medical staff, the hospital, and the other professionals involved? Why do you believe that so many staff may be reluctant to .....
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What do you see as the pros and cons of obtaining fair market value analyses on the compensation paid to physicians, especially when the market rates are benchmarked against national standards? How could this information be used in negotiating rates with physicians?   .....
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Scenario: You are the administrator on call for a local hospital and you receive a call at 2:00 a.m. from another local hospital regarding a patient with a broken upper arm. The ED physician’s assistant is calling to arrange an EMTALA transfer from his hospital to yours, but the orthopedic physic.....
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What kinds of fraudulent or abusive behavior relating to health care services can occur in hospital operations? How does the role of the compliance committee help to monitor and prevent these?   .....
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Details:   1) Read the case study (“Contract Violates Antitrust Laws”) on pages 100-101 in the textbook and answer the two discussion questions.   2) Write a paper (1,000-1,500 words) that addresses the discussion questions. Include a detailed rationale for your answers......
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You are a hospital administrator, and you receive a call from a colleague at another hospital. Your colleague, who is a friend, informs you that he has received a demand for a stipend from the ophthalmologists who take ED calls at his hospital, and they want a sizeable raise. He asks you what you.....
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Do you think that hospitals who engage in group purchasing organizations are engaging in a form of price-fixing? If yes, then why? If no, then why not?   .....
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Details: Case Study 2 Mr. P is a 76-year-old male with cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure who has been hospitalized frequently to treat CHF symptoms. He has difficulty maintaining diet restrictions and managing his polypharmacy. He has 4+ pitting edema, moist crackles throughout .....
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Examine the concept of “employment at will” and the public policy exceptions to it. How does it fit with the issue of “wrongful discharge?”   .....
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What do you see as the pros and cons of a unionized environment in a health care facility? How can the right to collective bargaining by employees and the mandate to provide care to patients be reconciled?   .....
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Details:   Scenario: You are the hospital administrator and are told by your ICU unit director of a patient in the unit that has suffered serious brain damage, but is not currently meeting the criteria for complete brain death. Half of the family is insisting that the patient “wouldn.....
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Explore the issues of how to determine if a patient is mentally competent to make his or her own decisions, especially in situations where the decisions do not appear to make sense.   .....
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What are the differences between a permanent vegetative state and a coma? How do these differences affect the ethical choices faced by the family and caregivers of the patient? What impacts should the patient’s own wishes have? How would the presence of a living will impact the decision? &nbs.....
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Details:   1) Contact the chair of a local hospital’s bioethics committee and interview him/her regarding the use of the committee at that facility, how the committee functions, how it makes https://www.coursehero.com/file/18671384/Bioethics-Committee/  decisions and recomme.....
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A baby is born with anencephaly, or absence of the entire brain above the brainstem. The brainstem is intact, which means that the baby can breathe and have a heart beat and blood pressure, but there is no chance for any human brain function or cognition, due to this birth defect. The health care.....
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A 94-year-old woman is admitted to your hospital with dehydration, trouble breathing, and possible kidney failure. She is clearly in advanced Alzheimer’s, weighs about 95 pounds, and shows multiple bruises on her body. She cannot talk. Her caregiver attributes the bruises to a blood disorder that.....
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