HIM 410 LaTour Ch. 11

HIM 410 LaTour Ch. 11 - Health Information Management:...

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© 2010 Health Information Management: Concepts, Principles, and Practice Chapter 11: Ethical Issues in Health Information Management
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© 2010 Terminology of Ethics Autonomy : exercising self-determination Beneficence : promoting good Nonmaleficence : not harming others Justice : treating others fairly
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© 2010 Moral Values and Ethical Competencies Morality : rules of conduct based on culturally determined ideals of right and wrong Ethics : process of reasoned discourse among decision makers Bioethics : process of theoretical clinical decision making
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© 2010 Ethical Foundations of HIM Privacy Confidentiality Security Professional code of ethics
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© 2010 Ethical Foundations of HIM (continued) Obligations to the patient and healthcare team o Protect health, medical, genetic, social, personal, financial, and adoption information o Protect confidential information o Provide service to those who seek access to patient information o Preserve and secure health information
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course HIM 410 taught by Professor Loishitchcock during the Fall '11 term at Ill. Chicago.

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HIM 410 LaTour Ch. 11 - Health Information Management:...

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