Compliance, law, ethics Part 2

Compliance, law, ethics Part 2 - The following two tables...

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Difficulty in getting along with others Suspension or eviction from medical society membership, as decided by peers. Civil or criminal liability. Upon conviction: fine, imprisonment, revocation or license, or other penalty as determined by courts. Penalties for violation Serves as a basis for forming a personal code of ethics Builds values and ideals Minimal--promotes smooth functioning of society Standards To serve as a guide for personal ethical conduct. To elevate standard of competence To protect the public Main purpose Beliefs formed through the influence of family, culture, and society Principles, standards, guide to conduct Set of governing Rules Definition MORAL VALUES ETHICS LAW The following two tables compare the definition, purpose, standards and non-compliance penalties for Law, Ethics, Etiquette, Moral Values, Bioethics and Protocols.
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Disapproval of one's professional colleagues: possible loss of business. Ostracism from chosen groups Penalties can include all those listed under 'law', 'ethics', and 'etiquette'. As current standards are applied and as new laws and ethical standards evolve to govern medical research and development, penalties may change. Penalties for violation Promotes smooth functioning of workplace routine. Leads to pleasant interaction Leads to highest standards possible in applying research to medical care. Standards To get along with others engaged in the same profession. To get along with others. To allow scientific progress in a manner that benefits society in all possible ways. Main purpose Rules of etiquette applicable to one's place of employment Courtesy and manners Discipline relating to ethics concerning biological research, especially as applied to medicine. Definition PROTOCOL ETIQUETTE BIOETHICS
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The Law Civil law involves relations between individuals, corporations, government entities, and other organizations. Most actions encountered in the healthcare industry are based in civil law. A criminal act, on the other hand, is a legal controversy in which the government alleges the commission of a crime. Civil law
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civil cases and less often in criminal cases. (One note however: Because government is increasing its investigations into and prosecutions for healthcare fraud and refusing to treat patients based on financial status, the healthcare industry will be faced with more criminal cases.) The types of civil legal actions that most typically affect the healthcare industry are torts and contracts . The party bringing the action or complaint in a civil case is the plaintiff . The plaintiff has the burden of proving the wrong, the harm resulting from the wrong, and the expected restitution. The plaintiff presents evidence before a judge or a jury The plaintiff or an attorney on the plaintiff’s behalf begins the process by filing a complaint in the appropriate court. The defendant is person or entity against whom an action has been brought. plaintiff
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Compliance, law, ethics Part 2 - The following two tables...

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