Discuss with your colleagues by posting to the discussion board the legal source of this right (Federal and State Codes citations are warranted).

Discuss with your colleagues by posting to the discussion board the legal source of this right (Federal and State Codes citations are warranted).

Discuss with your colleagues by posting to the discussion board the legal source of this right (Federal and State Codes citations are warranted). 150 150 Nyagu

Patients have a bill of rights as stated in Federal and often, state law. Patient’s rights include among other things, consent to care. Another important right is the self-determination of their care through advanced directives and other choices such as designated advocate. As most of you know, everyone and every healthcare organization (HCO) who either cares or provides services to patients are to keep information protected under penalty of law. Patients also have rights to copies of their medical records. Translation for those who speak other languages is also a right. This week’s reading provides specific information about each Patient’s Rights. Select one of the patient rights (either ethical or legal issues of your choice) from readings this week. Discuss with your colleagues by posting to the discussion board the legal source of this right (Federal and State Codes citations are warranted). The Military Health System also has a Bill of Rights. Discuss how does a Patient’s legal “Right” translates into the Health care organization’s (HCO’s) responsibility for systems such as electronic health records, research participant compensation, consultations, financial systems, and communication with collaborators? Are there specific situations where HIPAA is not protected? Do you have an example from your health care organization (HCO) setting? If so, please discuss. Please remember to analyze the cases by so-and-so standards(e.g., see below Provide relevant details of the case as it relates to the law, the HCO, and their responsibilities), not just restate them. Answer the above questions and provide two current real-life state or federal legal cases from the Internet, which may be available from either industry or government newsletters. Provide relevant details of the case as it relates to the law, the HCO, and their responsibilities. Structure of your post for Case A -Patient’s Legal Right #1: 1. The Patient Right #1 from the readings (start with the title of the law and the proper legal citation); 2. In your own words, produce a statement as to how this law applies to this case; 3. The HCO setting in which the violation of the Patient’s Legal Right #1 occurred (Examples: assisted living facilities for the disabled patients, long term care facility, a home care nursing association, a small physician practice, a hospital, a rehabilitation center, or a first responder/ambulance); 4. The penalty for the violation in Case A; and 3. The health care organization’s responsibility. Structure of your post for Case B -Patient’s Legal Right #2: 1. The Patient Right #2 from the readings (with the title of the law and the proper legal citation); 2. In your own words, a statement of the “Right” and how the law applies to this case; 3. The HCO setting in which the violation of Patient’s Legal Right #2 occurred; 4. The penalty for the violation in Case B; and 3. The health care organization’s responsibility. Peer comments should compare and contrast the impact of the patient rights on each setting. Read the background articles, including Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives. This discussion requires research beyond the above articles. See Discussion Expectations and Grading for rules on discussions. Assigned reading materials: • Duke G, Yarbrough S, & Pang K. (2009). The Patient Self-Determination Act: 20 years revisited. Journal of Nursing Law, 13(4), 114– 123. http://ezproxy.umgc.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com /login.aspx?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=105184164&site=edslive&scope=site (this document can be accessed via the classroom eReserve section, click content then click course resources) • CMS.gov, Center for Consumer and Insurance Oversight (2010). The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient’s Bill of Right. Retrieved from https://www.cms.gov/CCIIO/Resources/Fact-Sheets-andFAQs/aca-new-patients-bill-of-rights • Whitman, E. (2017). Patient. consumer. customer. guest.: Hospital leaders differ sharply in how they define the patient experience and how they prioritize their improvement initiatives, leading to a clash within the industry. Modern Healthcare, 47(20), 16. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.umgc.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.co m/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsgao&AN=edsgcl.491931927&site=ed s-live&scope=site • Try this link to the library for the Whitman article. https://eds-aebscohostcom.ezproxy.umgc.edu/eds/detail/detail?vid=10&sid=fa874ace-065f4430-b7686a335441e706%40sessionmgr4007&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmUm c2NvcGU9c2l0ZQ%3d%3d#AN=30496650&db=cmedm • Pearlman, R. ,Tonelli, M. ,Braddock C. and Edwards, K. (1998) Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives. University of Washington, Department of Medical History and Ethics. https://depts.washington.edu/bhdept/ethicsmedicine/bioethics-topics/detail/54 • Brock et al. Informed Consent University of Washington. https://depts.washington.edu/bhdept/ethicsmedicine/bioethics-topics/detail/67 • The Military Health System Patient Rights Policy Patients have a bill of rights as stated in Federal and often, state law. Patient’s rights include among other things, consent to care. Another important right is the self-determination of their care through advanced directives and other choices such as designated advocate. As most of you know, everyone and every healthcare organization (HCO) who either cares or provides services to patients are to keep information protected under penalty of law. Patients also have rights to copies of their medical records. Translation for those who speak other languages is also a right. This week’s reading provides specific information about each Patient’s Rights. Select one of the patient rights (either ethical or legal issues of your choice) from readings this week. Discuss with your colleagues by posting to the discussion board the legal source of this right (Federal and State Codes citations are warranted). The Military Health System also has a Bill of Rights. Discuss how does a Patient’s legal “Right” translates into the Health care organization’s (HCO’s) responsibility for systems such as electronic health records, research participant compensation, consultations, financial systems, and communication with collaborators? Are there specific situations where HIPAA is not protected? Do you have an example from your health care organization (HCO) setting? If so, please discuss. Please remember to analyze the cases by so-and-so standards(e.g., see below Provide relevant details of the case as it relates to the law, the HCO, and their responsibilities), not just restate them. Answer the above questions and provide two current real-life state or federal legal cases from the Internet, which may be available from either industry or government newsletters. Provide relevant details of the case as it relates to the law, the HCO, and their responsibilities. Structure of your post for Case A -Patient’s Legal Right #1: 1. The Patient Right #1 from the readings (start with the title of the law and the proper legal citation); 2. In your own words, produce a statement as to how this law applies to this case; 3. The HCO setting in which the violation of the Patient’s Legal Right #1 occurred (Examples: assisted living facilities for the disabled patients, long term care facility, a home care nursing association, a small physician practice, a hospital, a rehabilitation center, or a first responder/ambulance); 4. The penalty for the violation in Case A; and 3. The health care organization’s responsibility. Structure of your post for Case B -Patient’s Legal Right #2: 1. The Patient Right #2 from the readings (with the title of the law and the proper legal citation); 2. In your own words, a statement of the “Right” and how the law applies to this case; 3. The HCO setting in which the violation of Patient’s Legal Right #2 occurred; 4. The penalty for the violation in Case B; and 3. The health care organization’s responsibility. Peer comments should compare and contrast the impact of the patient rights on each setting. Read the background articles, including Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives. This discussion requires research beyond the above articles. See Discussion Expectations and Grading for rules on discussions. Assigned reading materials: • Duke G, Yarbrough S, & Pang K. (2009). The Patient Self-Determination Act: 20 years revisited. Journal of Nursing Law, 13(4), 114– 123. http://ezproxy.umgc.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com /login.aspx?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=105184164&site=edslive&scope=site (this document can be accessed via the classroom eReserve section, click content then click course resources) • CMS.gov, Center for Consumer and Insurance Oversight (2010). The Affordable Care Act’s New Patient’s Bill of Right. Retrieved from https://www.cms.gov/CCIIO/Resources/Fact-Sheets-andFAQs/aca-new-patients-bill-of-rights • Whitman, E. (2017). Patient. consumer. customer. guest.: Hospital leaders differ sharply in how they define the patient experience and how they prioritize their improvement initiatives, leading to a clash within the industry. Modern Healthcare, 47(20), 16. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.umgc.edu/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.co m/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsgao&AN=edsgcl.491931927&site=ed s-live&scope=site • Try this link to the library for the Whitman article. https://eds-aebscohostcom.ezproxy.umgc.edu/eds/detail/detail?vid=10&sid=fa874ace-065f4430-b7686a335441e706%40sessionmgr4007&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWRzLWxpdmUm c2NvcGU9c2l0ZQ%3d%3d#AN=30496650&db=cmedm • Pearlman, R. ,Tonelli, M. ,Braddock C. and Edwards, K. (1998) Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives. University of Washington, Department of Medical History and Ethics. https://depts.washington.edu/bhdept/ethicsmedicine/bioethics-topics/detail/54 • Brock et al. Informed Consent University of Washington. https://depts.washington.edu/bhdept/ethicsmedicine/bioethics-topics/detail/67 • The Military Health System Patient Rights Policy …
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