by Hospital Home Health in Atlanta, GA (67 Peachtree Park Dr., NE, Atlanta 30309) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Hospital home health., Expert legal comments on twenty dilemmas in Hospital home health.|
|LC Classifications||KF3826.H64 E97 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||85136297|
This book will help to answer some of the growing number of ethical questions and more complex issues that home health care nurses face. The cases presented in each chapter of the book are fictionalized situations based on interviews conducted with home health care nurses in both hospital-sponsored and private agencies, in hospices, and in urban and rural settings. Three home healthcare professionals shed light on issues they must consider when dealing with these ambiguous day-to-day home-care predicaments. Assessing Competency Patients who put themselves at risk pose a dilemma for social workers, says Lisa Yagoda, LICSW, ACSW, a senior policy associate for the National Association of Social Workers. Legal, Ethical, and Safety Issues Your Rights and Responsibilities Informed Consent. While you receive medical care here, information gained from studying your condition will help us to better understand your illness and to develop or improve treatments or methods of prevention. Research about patient confidentiality Patient confidentiality means keeping information that is personal to them and their situation away from any third party member. This issue can be a very controversial issue at times. Doctors are required to do all they can to protect, but sometimes protecting people will require them to break a patients confidentiality.
Home Health Legal Issues. The Home Health business exists in an industry that is characterized by complex and ever changing regulatory requirements. At the same time, many providers of home health and related services are small businesses with individual or small groups of owners. the hospital. This led to the creation of an entire postacute care industry involv-ing skilled nursing facilities, acute reha-bilitation units, and home health care agencies, whose primary function was to finish the job that hospitals no longer would and negated much, if . Healthcare providers need to deal with ethical dilemmas that make it a difficult industry to work in. Some examples are the placebo effect, defensive medicine and physician-assisted death. 8 ethical dilemmas that healthcare professionals face. Linzer () examined the ethical dilemmas home health care aides experience while serving elderly populations. Elderly patients often refuse home .
Hospital at home programs, which enable patients to receive acute care at home, have proven effective in reducing complications while cutting the cost of care by 30 percent or more, leading to entrepreneurial efforts to promote their use. But widespread adoption of the model in the U.S. has been hampered by physicians' concerns about patient safety, as well as legal risk, and by the reluctance. James Hill, MD, MPH is director of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program and an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. Dr. Hill is a graduate of the NIH-sponsored Rehabilitation Medicine Scientist Training Program (RMSTP). His research and clinical work focus on the intersection of work and health, including work. Case #4: Issues of Self-Interest Your CEO has handpicked board members who support her beliefs and provide services to her (e.g. construction, banking, investment, legal) personally at low or no cost. In addition, she takes her family on board retreats under the hospital’s auspices and utilizes her executive. For more than 40 years, Hospital Law Manual has been known throughout the health care industry as the definitive guide to the legal responsibilities and liabilities of health care providers and institutions. Why? Because this comprehensive reference explains federal and state laws with clarity and insight, giving you the information you need to assess your risk, explore your options, and avoid.