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HSA 515 All Assignments (2 Set)

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HSA 515 Week 9 Assignment 3 Legal Ethics, Patients’ Rights, and HIV AIDS (2 Papers) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HSA 515 Final Exam Part 1

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1) The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) was created by Congress 2) This committee develops blood usage policies and procedures. It is responsible for monitoring transfusion services and reviewing indications for transfusions, blood ordering practices, each transfusion episode, and transfusion reactions. The committee reports its findings and recommendations to the medical staff executive committee.

3) The delineation of clinical privileges is the process by which the medical staff 4)

The committee that reviews surgical procedures

5) A physician who decides to withdraw his services should 6) Nurse licensing boards have the authority to suspend or revoke the license of a nurse who is found to have 7) A nurse who rotates from unit to unit based on staffing needs. 8) The scope of practice refers to the permissible boundaries of practice for health care professionals, as is often defined in 9) Mrs. Ard noticed that her husband was having difficulty breathing. He was reeling from side to side in bed. Believing that her husband was dying, she continued to call for help, estimating that she rang the call bell for 1.25 hours before anyone responded. A code was eventually called. Unfortunately, Mr. Ard did not survive the code. The court determined that


10) Various states recognize that nurses can render a nursing diagnosis. This was the case in Cignetti v. Camel, where the defendant physicians ignored a nurse’s assessment of a patient’s diagnosis. The court determined that 11) A health professional can be held liable for attempting to carry out a procedure clearly

12) Medication Misadventures can be decreased by 13) The Court of Appeals, in the text case Stepp v. Review Board of the Indiana Employment Security Division, where the laboratory technician refused to perform chemical examinations on vials with AIDS warnings, found that 14)

An organization's laboratory provides

15 ) A high-risk department that tends to be a main source of lawsuits for hospitals is

16 ) 17 ) must

Falsification of medical records is grounds for Health care organizations undergoing computerization

18 ) The medical record must be


19 ) The effective and efficient delivery of patient care requires that an organization determine its information needs. Organizations that do not centralize their information needs will often suffer 20) The admission record does not generally describe 21) The courts generally utilize a “subjective” or “objective” test to determine whether a patient would have refused treatment if the physician had provided adequate information as to the risks, benefits, and alternatives of the procedure. Under the subjective test theory, 22) The ethical rationale underlying the doctrine of informed consent is 23)

An informed consent form should include

24 )At the end of the day and as recognized by the courts, whose right is it to accept or refuse treatment based on the alternatives available 25) A patient’s refusal to consent to treatment, for any reason, religious or otherwise, should be noted in the 26 ) Incident reports contain statements made by employees and physicians regarding 27 ) Caregivers who suspect abuse

28 ) A sentinel event is 29 ) Unnatural deaths must be referred to the


30 ) The criminal and civil risks for health care professionals in child abuse cases --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HSA 515 Final Exam Part 2

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www.tutorialrank.com 1) A patient is responsible for those injuries resulting from 2) Patients have a right to refuse a blood transfusion

3) A patient has a right to 4) Patients in critical condition should never be discharged or transferred to another facility 5)

Mr. Jones has a right to ask a caregiver

6) There have been cases in which a plaintiff has charged that he or she contracted AIDS as a result of the transfusion of contaminated blood or blood products. In such cases, the plaintiff must prove that there was 7) A prisoner diagnose with the HIV anti-body who bites correctional officers


8) The governmental agency that requires health care facilities to implement strict procedures to protect employees against AIDS

9)

AIDS can be spread by

10) The AIDS epidemic is considered to be the 11) The deep awareness of and sympathy for another’s suffering.

12) ________ implies that there is purpose and mean¬ing to life. 13 ) A form of beneficence. People, often believing that they know what is best for another, often make decisions that they believe are in that person’s best interest. 14) When caring for the dying, relatives may wish to perform rituals at this time. In death, jewelry, sacred threads, or other religious objects should not be removed from the body. Washing the body is part of the funeral rites and should be carried out by the relatives. 15) _______ is the quality of being considerate and sympathetic to another’s needs. 16) Damages sought for a negligently performed sterilization might include

17) Current eugenic sterilization statutes


18) In Oklahoma, artificial insemination statues specify

19) The premature termination of pregnancy 20) Sterilization because of medical necessity

21) The removal of nasogastric feeding tubes from a mentally competent patient to legally hasten death is an example of

22) The federal act of 1990 that went into effect on December 1, 1991, and provides that patients have a right to formulate advance directives and to make decisions regarding their health care 23) The Tuskegee study of syphilis was designed to analyze the natural progression of untreated syphilis in

24) This doctor claims to have assisted 130 patients in committing suicide after suffering years of tormenting pain 25) _____________ are genes or DNA sequences with a known location on a chromosome that can be used to identify specific cells and diseases, as well as individuals and species.


26) A policy that covers awards over the amount provided in the basic policy coverage 27) An injured party may

28) Malpractice insurance coverage is especially important for 29) Insurance companies are required by the laws of the different states to issue only policies that contain certain mandated provisions, 30) When a health care facility no longer purchases a policy of malpractice insurance but instead periodically sets aside a certain amount of its own funds as a reserve against malpractice losses and expenses, it --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HSA 515 Midterm and Final

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HSA 515 Midterm Exam Part 1

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www.tutorialrank.com 1)The writings of Hippocrates were preserved by 2)At the beginning of the 21st century approximately _______ _______ Americans do not have health insurance 3) The discoverer of vitamins A and B (which played an important role in the advancement of medicine of the 20th century)

4)The first incorporated hospital in the U.S. was founded in 5) The person often referred to as the first hospital administrator 6) The first psychiatric hospital founded in the U.S. was located in 7) As early as 1134 B.C. these ancient ruins demonstrate evidence that patients were being treated holistically


8) The inventor of the electrocardiograph, which marked the beginning of medicine in the 20th century

9) Two of the significant influences in the development o surgical procedures

10) Common law in the United States had its origins in 11) Body of law consisting of principles derived from judicial decisions

12) Extensive body of law issued by state or federal agencies to direct the enacted laws of the federal or state government. 13) Laws governing relationships between people 14) In common law, the term referring to that which has been acted on or decided by the courts

15) Federally sponsored health insurance program for persons over 65 years of age and certain disabled persons 16) The federal Food and Drug Administration is an agency within the 17) The U.S. Supreme Court consists of


18) Legal obligation that requires a person to conform to a specific standard of care to protect others

19) Liability of a manufacturer, seller, or supplier to a buyer or other third party for injuries sustained because of a defect in a product is called 20) The commission or omission of an act, as judged against the actions of a hypothetical “reasonably prudent person� is 21) The spoken form of defamation is

22) A defense in a case where the patient uses a product in a manner in which it was not intended to be used. 23) The improper performance of a legal act, resulting in injury to another is 24) Failure to act when there is a duty to act 25) Medical malpractice is negligence committed by a --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HSA 515 Week 1 to 11 DQs

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HSA 515 Week 1 Discussion Development of U.S. Health Care in Hospitals Based on the Foundation of U.S. Law HSA 515 Week 2 Discussion Application of Tort Law in Health Care Project Management Protocols

HSA 515 Week 3 Discussion Contracts and Antitrust Protocols Based on the Criminal Aspects of Health Care

HSA 515 Week 4 Discussion Trial Practices and Legal Issues Based on Civil and Corporate Dynamics HSA 515 Week 5 Discussion Professional Legal Issues with Medical and Nursing Professionals HSA 515 Week 6 Discussion Information Management and Allied Professional Issues HSA 515 Week 7 Discussion Patient Consent and Legal Reporting in Health Care

HSA 515 Week 8 Discussion Patient Rights and HIV / AIDS HSA 515 Week 9 Discussion Procreation and Ethical Dilemmas in Health Care HSA 515 Week 10 Discussion End-of-Life Issues and Professional Liability Insurance HSA 515 Week 11 Discussion Course Wrap-Up and Reflection


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HSA 515 Week 3 Discussion Contracts and Antitrust Protocols Based on the Criminal Aspects of Health Care

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"Contracts and Antitrust Protocols Based on the Criminal Aspects of Health Care" Please respond to the following:

* From the scenario, differentiate between the concepts of criminal law, antitrust, and health care as they apply to U.S. health law in the 21st Century. Conceptualize the primary ways in which these laws apply to U.S. health care administrators.

Analyze the general transition of U.S. health laws based on criminal misconduct in health care to the creation of contract laws, as predicated within the Sherman Antitrust Act. Evaluate the efficacy of the measures that the new contracts in question afford, and rationalize whether or not these improvements have provided optimal solutions to today’s complex concerns of integrity in health care performance.


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HSA 515 Week 3 Discussion Contracts and Antitrust Protocols Based on the Criminal Aspects of Health Care

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"Contracts and Antitrust Protocols Based on the Criminal Aspects of Health Care" Please respond to the following:

* From the scenario, differentiate between the concepts of criminal law, antitrust, and health care as they apply to U.S. health law in the 21st Century. Conceptualize the primary ways in which these laws apply to U.S. health care administrators.

Analyze the general transition of U.S. health laws based on criminal misconduct in health care to the creation of contract laws, as predicated within the Sherman Antitrust Act. Evaluate the efficacy of the measures that the new contracts in question afford, and rationalize whether or not these improvements have provided optimal solutions to today’s complex concerns of integrity in health care performance.

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