The Intent of Regulatory Organizations

we learned that providing quality care is not just good ethics, it is good business. However, quality in healthcare cannot be assumed. It requires that an organization comply with both the mandates and the intent of regulatory organizations. Visit one of the following...

Autonomy and Informed Consent.

Informed consent is the communication processinvolving a healthcare provider and a patient. In this process, both parties have the opportunity to ask questions and exchange relevant information related to the diagnosisand treatmentof the patient. Informed consent can...

Allied Professionals

Allied healthprofessionals are health care practitioners with formal educationand clinicaltraining whoare credentialed through certification, registration, and/or licensure. They collaborate with physicians and other members of the health care team to deliver...

Change Curve Model

Change Curve Model is a change model that outlines the basic assumptions in an organization as it undergoes changes. It lays out the stages that an organization goes through and identify the risks involved or areas that can potentially fail the change implementation....

Ethical Scenarios

Review the following scenarios.Scenario 1: Medicalcoding in a physicianpracticeImagine you work in a high-pressure cardiology physician office and you are one of two medical coders. Your supervisor is very focused on the greatest reimbursement to satisfy revenue...

Insight into Emperor of all Maladies: A Biography of Cancer

The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of CancerEMPORER OF MALADIES STUDY QUESTIONS1. Briefly discuss the relationship between John Bennett and Rudolf Virchow’s researchon a certain type of cancer in the middle 1800’s.2. How did Virchow’s research...