The quality of the disclosure is certified by the audit committee and the Company’s outside auditors. The certification required under Section 302 is a change under the Security and Exchange Commission. The certification required under section 906 is an amendment to the U.S. Criminal Code. The overlap of certifications increases the penalty for inaccurate disclosure and/or failure to disclose the required information (Deming, 2006). Sarbanes-Oxley Act is designed to make all personnel accountable for their action or inactions.
Ethical Analysis of Shutter Island In sociology, there is a strict code of ethics that each sociologist must adhere to. The seven basic principles that encompass this code are as follows: Maintain objectivity and integrity in research, respect the subject’s right to privacy and dignity, protect subjects from personal harm, preserve confidentiality, seek informed consent when data are collected from research participants or when behavior occurs in a private context, acknowledge research collaboration and assistance, disclose all sources of financial support (Schaefer, 2012). A violation of even one of these rules is technically considered ethical misconduct, even if the violation was committed with good intentions in mind. This paper will examine the procedures the doctors took in conducting this experiment and determine whether they adhered to the code completely or strayed away from it in various aspects. Shutter Island tells the story of a man named Teddy Daniels and his investigation of a mental hospital on Shutter Island.
Running head: ETHICAL DILEMMA PAPER Ethical Dilemma Paper: The Need to Know HUMN232 / DeVry University April 16, 2011 The Health Information Management (HIM) professional’s job description is more a statement of ethical responsibilities than it is a traditional description of the duties and tasks an employer expects to be carried out. “The HIM’s core ethical obligation is to protect patient privacy and confidential communication. This obligation is at the center of his or her decision making, regardless of employment site or employment responsibilities.” (Johns & etal, 2007) For this reason, a HIM professional must be a person of high moral character and virtue due to the sensitivity of the information they are responsible for daily. In some order they might be classified as an ethicist. Their professional responsibilities exceed any personal values they may have while on the job.
Health care organizations must make it imperative that all administrators, managers, leaders, physicians, nurses, and all other employees act at all times in an honest and ethical manner in connection with their services to patients. The principles of integrity and accountability are extreme vital in a health care organization’s success, as well as ensuring patient safety. Failures to act in an ethical manner can result in legal ramifications and negative publicity for the organization. Ethical concepts in Health care Ethics are vital in health care, and every health care professional must possess ethics. Ethical concepts that will be discussed are.
Now it is time to discuss the purpose for AICPA’s code, why it is considered the foundation of ethical reasoning, and its most important purposes. The purpose of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct is to, “represent the expectations for CPAs on the part of the public in performance of professional services,” (Mintz, S. & Morris, R. 2011. p. 14). Currently the majority of CPAs belong to the AICPA; so the fact that the code of professional conduct has been established and accepted by the members themselves, it is considered as the foundation of ethical reasoning in accounting. Principles of the Code reflect the member’s recognition and understanding of its responsibilities to the public, clients and other CPAs. They are used to keep members focused on
Code of Ethics Comparison Introduction A code of ethics guides all counselors. The code of ethics in counseling is provided to help counselors provide the best care for their clients and to adhere to guidelines and rules in their professions. In comparing the Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association and the Code of Ethics of the American Association of Christian Counselors, both were found to have many similarities, but are yet different. The mission of the ACA is to “enhance the quality of life in society by promoting the development of professional counselors, advancing the counseling profession, and using the profession and practice of counseling to promote respect for human dignity and diversity.” (ACA Code of Ethics, 2005, p. 3) The mission of AACC is to”(1) help advance the central mission of the AACC-to bring honor to Jesus Christ and promote
Health information and informatics managers play an important role in health care, they are considered part and paracal of the organization and they too have ethical obligtions not only to the company but they have ethics binding their conduct in their field of operation HIIM handle a lot Of patient information regardless of there are of expertise, therefore it is important that they not only observe their ethical obligation. 1. Patient privacy and confidentiality HIIM handle and come across a lot of patient information and data, for this specific reason they have a legally binding obligation to protect the privacy on the patients data. Take an example of a famous president getting admitted into a hospital or a facility not only will
Laws are important, and they do change over time. Ethics is doing what is morally the right thing to do. The code of ethics and the law are based on the principles of ethics with a law passing after damage has been done (Manias, 2013). Conclusion Macy’s has high expectations of its associates of following and understanding their code of ethics. The foundation of pride, honesty, and integrity creates loyal customers, vendors, and employees.
Also to be aware of the diversity and needs of your patients and identify areas where needs could be better satisfied and where the diversity of patients could be improved. This is where the training improves my ability because it is for me to action the hospital’s written equality, diversity and inclusion policy and make sure that I work within the guidelines set. Understand support available for addressing dilemmas that may arise about duty of care 2.1 Describe dilemmas that may arise between the duty of care and individual’s right. In the healthcare profession we always try to give the best service which we can and ensure that people are happy with the service that we provide but sometimes dilemmas occur as we don’t always agree with everyone. Unfortunately having codes of conduct/procedures etc do not always match the wishes of the person.
If we want to live long, joyful, happy lives we must endeavour to re-establish the proper relationship between ourselves – The whole body and mind – and nature in order to empower an individual to reach their highest level of health (Dr H.C.A Vogel, 1990). A naturopath follows seven simple principles compromised of esoteric, philosophical as well as clinical approaches to enhance and maintain ones wellbeing, as a way to educate the public about alternative ways of living. To fit into the Public Health System it is vital that a naturopath or general practitioner both acknowledge the scope of practice within their modality as well as be familiar with the public health system for Legal, Ethical and Moral reason and recognize their responsibility as a health care provider. Just like a G.P, a naturopath is expected to implement the code of ethics into everyday practice to defend public health and safety, support the quality of practice, promote informed health choices and treat patients with consideration and respect, therefore must be deemed acceptable to fit into the mainstream public health system. Wether a health practitioner chooses a path of natural medicine or conventional they both need to abide by the