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Business Ethics in Healthcare Beyond Compliance

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ISBN-10: 0253338409

ISBN-13: 9780253338402

Edition: 2001

Authors: Leonard J. Weber, Leonard J. Weber

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Business Ethics in Healthcare starts with the understanding that management is already addressing the need to ensure that the organisation is in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. This is just the start in addressing business ethics issues in healthcare organisations.As providers of high quality patient care with limited resources, management needs to be able to distinguish between the right way and the wrong way of taking cost into consideration when making decisions about patient care practices.As employers, management needs to be able to employ good criteria for determining wages and salaries. Management needs to know what it means to make fair decisions about downsizing.…    
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Book details

List price: $35.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 3/22/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 216
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.034

Leonard J. Weber was on the faculty of the University of Detroit Mercy for more than 30 years. He is now an ethics consultant to healthcare organizations and is author of Business Ethics in Healthcare (IUP, 2001). He lives in Detroit, Michigan.

Introduction: Beyond Compliance, Beyond Integrity, Beyond Clinical Ethics
Business Ethics with a Difference
Healthcare Business Ethics
Ethics Is Not Neutral: A Framework for Making Decisions
The Organization as Caregiver
Ethics, Cost, and the Quality of Care
Patient Rights in a Just Organization
Clinicians and Conflicts of Interest: A Focus on Management
A Fair Hearing of Appeals of Denied Coverage in Managed Care Plans
Organizational Ethics: A Code Is Only the Beginning
The Organization as Employer
Just Wages and Salaries
Ethics and Downsizing
Patient Requests for Healthcare Providers of a Specific Race or Sex
Conscientious Objection to Participation in Certain Treatment Options
Union Organizing and Employee Strikes
The Organization as Citizen
Responsible Advertising
Environmental Responsibility and the Precautionary Principle
Community Serving Mergers and Acquisitions
Socially Responsible Investing
Institutionalizing Business and Management Ethics
Components of a Business Ethics Program
The Organizational Ethics Committee