Ethics Case Studies for Health Information Management
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Description: Todays health information professionals are working within an ever-changing environment of evolving technology and regulatory guidelines. This dynamic environment requires those who work in health care to know how to appropriately manage and react to ethical dilemmas in a professional and thoughtful way. Ethics Case Studies for Health Information Management provides case studies designed to expose a cross-section of the many ethical dilemmas that can be encountered in the workplace and provide a methodology to interpret the various situations and determine a course of action on how to proceed.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 10/30/2008
Size: 8.60" wide x 10.80" long x 0.32" tall
|Introduction and Explanation of Case Study Methodology But I Consider Myself to be Credentialed Scope of Practice To Suspend or Not to Suspend?|
|Difficulty with Doctors Incidental Finding Divided Loyalty|
|The Case of the Missing Record Which Comes First, the Patient or... Physician Access to Information as a Non-Custodial Parent|
|International Release of Information|
|I International Release of Information|
|II Compliance Matters Will the Real Expert Please Stand Up?|
|A Minor Confidentiality Issue Final Lesson Before Graduation... Internal Confidentiality Matters|
|The Public Needs to Know...Dont They?|
|Protecting A Friend What Next?|
|On the Floor Protection of Passwords EHR Security A "Free" Gift Two Halves Don't Always Make A Whole If it was Documented, was it Done? Who's the coder?|
|New Kid on the Block Legibility and Timeliness Go Hand-In-Hand A Case that Hits Close to Home Bringing it Home|
|American Health Information Management Association Code of Ethics|