Unformatted text preview: and services that is the foundation for which makes healthcare a right and not a privilege. Ethical issues and decisions affect the outcome of one’s life. Decisions happen quickly, but the consequences last a time. Ethical decisions cannot be based on feelings, religions or society standards. Leaders ethical decisions must support privacy and consist of well-founded reasons including honesty and loyalty for the well-being of others. Kapp, M. (2005). Ethics, Law and Aging Review (Vol. 11). New York, New York: Springer Publishing. Polivka, L. (2005). The Ethics of Medicare Privatization. Ethics, Law & Aging Review , 11 , 85-102. Written By: Renee Perkins-Clark...
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2010 for the course HSM 260 taught by Professor Dr.dave during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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