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HCAD 731 Healthcare Law & Ethics Name Sarah Kliebert Date11/1/2020 Control Total 702 Still have eggs to hunt Be sure to SAVE this to your desktop (so you can find it!) With your Cursor on the little blue dot ---> (so when I open it, I can start here)
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Question List the qualities needed to work in healthcare. Explain what defensive medicine is and how it relates to the practice of medicine. Distinguish the difference between Medical Practice Acts and Medical Boards. Describe what the EEOC is and what areas of employment it governs. Define what the ADA is and how it protects employees. Give an example of why a person might file a workers’ compensation claim. List some of the reasons an employee may utilize FMLA. List the five different purposes that medical records serve. Provide an example of a type of court cases medical records can be used. Briefly describe the two perspectives related to charting in a medical record. Define the importance that professional organizations have on the healthcare profession. List the two areas covered by OSHA that have a direct impact on working in healthcare. Identify what a subpoena duces tecum is and when it is used.
Compare and contrast the ownership of medical records. Briefly define how insurance works. What is respondeat superior and vicarious liability? What is the reasonable person standard?. Provide an example of how international classification of disease (ICD) codes and current procedure technology (CPT) codes affect upcoding .
Your Answer HERE Technical Skills and People skills Defensive medicine is the practice of recommending diagnostic tests not really to benefit the patient, but to cover the provide Professional organizations set the standard for the profession. Various organizations include a board of ethics, standard of care The EEOC is the Equal Employement Opportunity Commission that protects employees against age, disability, national origin, p American Disability Act protects from discrimination based on their disabilities. Workplace safety and the bloodborn pathogens An abulance driver gets in an accident while transporting a patient to the hospital and is injured. Birth of a child, death in the family, illness, or short term disability Manage healthcare, track healthcare, provide clinical data, meet regulatory requirements, and document healthcare Medical boards set requirements for entering and working in the healthcare profession as well as how healthcare is performed policies and procedures and determine the scope of practice. in Employement law/labor law, a person would use medical records for filing a Worker's compensation claim to support their c that the injury a person sustained was related to their job. Medical approach and legal approach. The medical approach focusing on pertinent information, such as who, what, where, wh a legal document to be used in lawsuits and trials to demonstrate what care was provided and refresh the memory of those aff A subpoena duces tecum is an Order that requires a witness to bring documents, books or other items under his, her or their c into evidence. This is used in civil and criminal cases that cannot be used to require oral testimony and ordinarily cannot be us the truth of the documents produced.

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