No matter what your role in the healthcare system, the self-assessment provides a standard for various healthcare relationships including, “Community, Board, Colleagues, Staff, Clinicians, Buyers, Payors and Suppliers.” (www.ACHE.org). I learned from taking this self-assessment that when it comes to my ethical decision making I am strong in some areas but in other areas I still need to be more proficient. In the area of Leadership, I learned that I strive to make sure that the organization’s mission is first and foremost within the given situations also that I place community ad patient benefit over my personal gain. I work as a Medicare biller which is a government payer, so when I review the question of if I strive to be a role model for ethical behavior, with this payer there is no room for error we have to make sure everything is above board and
Code of Ethics Comparison between AACC and ACA When considering similarities and differences of ethical codes one should perhaps begin by clarifying what ethics are as well as the purpose of a code of ethics. In the profession of counseling one might consider the statement from Corey, Corey, and Callanan which reads, “The primary purpose of a code of ethics is to safeguard the welfare of clients by providing what is in their best interest” (Corey et al., 2011 p.9). While this is not the only purpose a code of ethics serves, it is the one that best takes into account one important consideration in counseling which is “Do no harm" (Sossin, n.d.). “Ethics codes are also designed to safeguard the public and to guide the professionals in their work so that they can provide the best service possible” (Corey et al.,2011 p.9). The AACC or American Association of Christian Counselors is intended; as the name implies, for those counselors practicing with Christianity as their spiritual emphasis while the ACA
I’ve taken the pre-assessment, now what? If you have not yet taken the preassessment and are just ‘peeking’ please go ahead and preview the course and take the preassessment we will be here waiting for you. Congratulations on completing the preassessment for C217 this is a great step along the path to success in this course. Below you will find a guided study plan to help you refine your studying as you progress toward the objective assessment. This guide is not a substitute for a thorough reading of the material it is just to help you identify areas to critically think about so you can be successful in this course.
D2 Justify Ways of Overcoming Difficulties That May Arise When Implementing Anti-Discriminatory Practice in... Difficulties that Peace Haven house arise when implementing anti-discriminatory and ways of overcoming the difficulties in health and social care In this unit so far I obligate looked at ways in which individuals should be set in health and social guardianship settings. I have also looked at legislation, policies and discrimination. In health and social care, it is cardinal to be careful with what you say and do. This is so that you do not create offence to anyone or discriminate against an original individual or group of individuals.
A person inherently has some sort of primitive worldview and code of personal ethics. Understanding, and in some cases coming to grips with, your worldview is important to understanding who you are and what you stand for in life. By knowing what makes you tick and why you act in certain ways is the first step on the journey to personal enlightenment and to creating a more secure sense of self and personal wellbeing. The following pages will establish the basis for my ethical worldview and discuss the development of my own ethical theory. Overview of Relevant Ethical Theories Virtue Ethics Virtue ethics was founded as it is known today by Plato and Aristotle, though
Precipitants should have sufficient knowledge and comprehension of the elements of the subject matter involved as to enable him or her to make an understanding and enlightened decision (Freeman S. 2000). In this paper Team B will summarize our reflections and thoughts on ethical standards for human research. I.) Three basic ethical principles for human research are: • Respect for autonomy, which requires that those who are capable of deliberation about their personal choices should be treated with respect for their capacity for self-determination. • Beneficence refers to the ethical obligation to maximize benefits and to minimize harms and wrongs.
Contemplation can help individuals engage into the issue for they can be aware of what's going on in their society. Making preparations of gathering information to help with lifestyle changes, and to reach the goals of having a positive impact on the society and environment. Taking action from the preparations can give the strength for motivation for a better outcome of life changes for the environment end the society. Having maintenance of the actions given can alternate the determinat of the individuals behavioral changes (2014, Katie Jewett). The ethical system is a set of principles of right conduct and it is a theory of moral values.
Ethical Lens Inventory Reflection Richard Napper University of Phoenix Online Ethical Lens Inventory Reflection My Ethical Lens Inventory identifies what is most important to me but listing values that are important to me. By answering, a series of questions the program is able to tell what I feel is important to me. The reflection tool states how I make decisions based on ethics. Reading and understanding the tool can give you the ability to make informed decisions based on your values. I value being an individual, and being responsible for your own actions.
Information System Briefing This is a briefing of an information system. It will discuss the process for selecting and acquiring an information system, explain how the organizations goals drive the selection of the information system, and identify the roles each of the organizations’ stakeholders play in the selection and acquisition process. To computerize a health care organization is an important decision and a positive one with lasting benefits for the organization. Finding the best solution to a health care organizations unique information system needs to be simple. Some of the critical characteristics that a health care information system needs to consider when selecting and acquiring the information system are: • Security and confidentiality of information and health records should be ensured, • Process of standardization and
Ethics and Health Care Reform Sarah Face Baker College Abstract This essay explores the ethical and moral issues that surround health care reform in the United States. It also discusses different ethical theories and approaches to supporting or not supporting the Affordable Care Act. This paper evaluates and resolves ethical and moral health care issues surrounding the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. There are also suggestions on how both opposing and proposing sides of the issue can be resolved through critical thinking and problem solving. There are varies article’s citing throughout the essay that supports the evaluation, findings, and resolutions to these pressing ethical and moral issues, surrounding the topic of the United