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Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals 3rd Edition Pozgar Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1449672119

ISBN-10: 1449672116

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Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Professionals 3rd Edition Pozgar Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-1449672119

ISBN-10: 1449672116

 

 

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  1. This chapter introduces the reader to the

 

  1. ethical responsibilities of health care organizations
  2. legal risks to which health care organizations and their governing bodies are exposed
  3. duties of health care organizations

*d. all of the above

 

 

  1. An organization’s code of ethics

 

  1. provides guidelines for behaviour
  2. help carry out an organization’s mission, vision, and values
  3. build trust
  4. increase awareness of ethical issues

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. Unethical conduct that is closely being monitored includes

 

  1. false advertisements
  2. fraudulent reimbursement schemes
  3. billing for services not performed

*d. all of the above

 

 

  1. It is unethical for health care organizations to

 

  1. inform patients of their rights

*b. advertise misleading information

  1. maintain a uniform standard of care throughout the organization
  2. provide patients with information as to their rights and responsibilities

 

 

  1. Organizations are expected to maintain a culture that supports

 

  1. patient safety
  2. fosters respect and trust
  3. encourages integrity and honesty
  4. provides compassionate care

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. A corporation has a

 

  1. chief executive officer that has ultimate responsibility for decisions made in the organization

*b. governing body that has ultimate responsibility for decisions made in the organization

  1. medical staff that has ultimate responsibility for decisions made in the organization
  2. chief financial officer that has ultimate responsibility for the decisions made in the organization

 

 

  1. The authority of a corporation is expressed in

 

*a. the law under which the corporation is chartered

  1. the organization’s medical staff bylaws
  2. community advisory board bylaws
  3. A & C above

 

 

  1. Respondeat superior is a legal doctrine holding

 

  1. employers liable for the wrongful acts of independent contractors
  2. employers liable for the wrongful acts of the medical staff

*c. employers liable for the wrongful acts of their agents

  1. employers liable for the wrongful acts of contracted staff
  2. none of the above

 

 

  1. The doctrine of respondeat superior is also referred to as

 

  1. independent contractor

*b. vicarious liability

  1. independent agent
  2. A & C above

 

 

  1. The principles of autonomy, beneficence, and justice and the ability to practice what is right according to such principles often collide when organizations have to, for example,

 

  1. make medical judgments that may benefit one patient and cause harm to another
  2. follow a patient’s request to have life support systems disconnected
  3. ration scarce resources
  4. A & C above

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. Employees should report practices they consider

 

  1. unethical
  2. detrimental to the reputation of the organization
  3. might be harmful to patients
  4. ethically questionable

*e. all of the above

 

 

  1. The authority of a corporation specifically delegated by statute

 

*a. express corporate authority

  1. implied authority
  2. ultra vires acts
  3. A & C above
  4. none of the above

 

 

  1. Situations in which a person has opportunity to promote self-interests that could have a detrimental effect on an organization

 

  1. financial incentive
  2. profit motive

*c. conflict of interest

  1. virtue
  2. value

 

 

  1. Corporate duties include

 

  1. allocation of scarce resources
  2. compliance with applicable laws and regulations
  3. disclosing financial incentives

*d. all of the above

 

 

  1. The FMLA of 1993 was enacted to

 

  1. grant temporary medical leave to employees
  2. protect an employee’s right to return to an equivalent job
  3. protect an employee’s right to equivalent benefits
  4. provide leave to care for a family member

*e. all of the above

 

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