good for patients under all circumstances the nonmaleficence principle is about

Good for patients under all circumstances the

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good for patients under all circumstances; the nonmaleficence principle is about doing no harm and autonomy is giving the patients the right to make decisions concerning their care and life. The principle of justice is about treating people fairly without being impartial. Ethical Decision-Making Process
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ETHICAL INFLUENCES ON HEALTH CARE: ETHICAL 3 The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) provides the ethical self- assessment to guide healthcare executives conduct in their professional relationships and to help guide leaders moral thinking about ethics-related leadership and actions (ACHE, 2016). It helps individuals identify their ethical strengths and weaknesses. Though many of the self-assessments questions do not relate to my current professional role, it revealed that my organization mission, vision, and values play a critical role in my professional decision-making when caring for patients and families. I demonstrate the company vision, mission and value statements in my actions by respecting patients, families, and colleagues. I allow my patients autonomy in their care and the care is provided via a patient and family-centered approach. The patients and families, as well as the needs of the community, are placed above my own. I model ethical behaviors within the organization and seek an ethical resolution to conflicts or ethical dilemmas. Professional ACHE Standards According to the ACHE, their "Code of Ethics is to serve as a standard of conduct for members. It contains standards of ethical behavior for healthcare executives in their professional relationships. These relationships include colleagues, patients or others served; members of the healthcare executive's organization and other organizations; the community; and society as a whole" (ACHE, 2016, para. 1). The ACHE professional standards will have a positive effect on my ethical decision-making process. It will guide my interactions and relationships with patients
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