Each individual has their own values and initiative of a situation. However it is important that those values are clear and justifiable in order to show impeccable courage. Accessing the target goals and final outcome of the situation should always be taken into account, in order to achieve the correct and suitable care. As mentioned before honesty is a key aspect that collaborates with courage. Being honest provides strength to speak out and take action, stepping out of comfort zones, hurdling obstacles and taking risks (Kantor, 2015).
As OTA 's we belong to a professional group. Group membership implies compliance with fundamental principles of the group. There are 7 Principles to the Occupational Therapy Code of Ethics: Beneficence: concern for the well-being of others, Nonmaleficence: Do no harm to our clients or their property, Confidentiality, Duty: OT 's must keep high professional standards, Justice: Complying with laws and regulations, Veracity: providing truthful, accurate information and Fidelity: loyalty to colleagues and other professionals. Professional behavior benefits of being a member of a profession: Respect, Trust, Autonomy and Status in society. In return, professional behavior is required of the members.
Ethics in Medical Coding is the same ethics that cover everything else. Confidentiality first and for most. It is a coder’s responsibility to keep what they say and do to themselves. This not only covers ethics but also HIPAA regulations. You cannot let your partialities to patients or to insurance companies affect the way you do your job, how you code or how you bill.
The agency integrity has always been honest, trustworthy and incorruptible they have always adhered to a strict code of moral conduct. They pay attention to detail and strive to provide their consumers with the highest quality of education and treatment with continuous improvement in the delivery of their services. The Addiction Services Council goal is to treat their consumers with compassion to respect their cultural differences and to always provide support and encouragement to their clients. The Addiction Services Council greatest strength is that they never turn anyone away from receiving services from them. If the council is unable to provide a client with their services they will seek new resources for the client and they will refer the client to other treatment facilities The weakness that I have seen is between the staff is not often, but there has been miscommunication between the staff.
As a Manager it is important to keep your skills, knowledge and practice up to date at all times and this can be achieved by using findings from research, critical reviews and enquiries regards social care. The care we provide must be safe and effective. By looking at the evidence, making a professional judgement, then applying the knowledge when making decisions regards your own practice, we can ensure the care we deliver is done so in a safe way and in a way we are able to account for our actions. It is important that you are able to pass any knowledge gained to your staff to ensure their work is also carried out in a safe and accountable way. It is important for all who work in social care to be able to apply their knowledge.
Dr. Miracle, as a physician, fulfilled his duty in providing medical attention, and Mr. Misery was aware of his opportunity to explore other options; his informed consent. Dr. Miracle did not undermine the physician-patient relationship as his action was driven by the guidelines of informed consent and his belief in improving Mr. Misery’s condition, his moral imperative. If Dr.
a) Act honourably towards their clients and fellow practitioners at all times. They must uphold and maintain the high standards of the profession. They must seek good relationships and co-operate with other health care professionals. b) Maintain the high standard of professional conduct appropriate to membership of the Sports Massage Association (SMA) in which the interest and welfare of the client are deemed to be paramount. c) Respect the client/practitioner relationship, the confidentiality of the client endeavouring to foster and maintain trust at all times.
To conserve life, alleviate suffering, promote health, do no harm, and encourage the quality and equal availability of emergency medical care. To provide services based on human need, with compassion and respect for human dignity, unrestricted by consideration of nationality, race, creed, color, or status. Not judge the merits of the patient’s request for service, nor allow the patient’s socioeconomic status to influence our demeanor or the care that we
Ethics principles are a guide for the physicians that help them to a better delivery of health care. Beneficence means doing everything for the sake of the patient, so all actions are intended to benefit the patient. A good example of it is all the procedures applied in an ER room are intended to safe the patient’s life. Non-maleficence is based on the idea of “doing no harm,” is very similar to the principle of beneficence. Basically for the principle of non-maleficence means to be the direct cause of harm done to a patient, so not just to promote the well-being of the patient or to prevent harm to them, but to not be the direct cause of the harm.
Appearance, Accountability and Reliability are three characteristics that are essential to developing my professional image as a Human Service professional. I have a strong belief in having a neat appearance that shows great professionalism in your work environment. It also won’t be any problems staying in compliance with the dress code enforced. Accountability shows that your dedication to your profession and that you show great concern by being to work on time. Being reliable and doing the right thing is also an important factor to gain trust in your co-workers and people of higher positions in the company.