It deal with well-being of children and young people from birth to 19. Children welfare is paramount. Every child matters legislation apply to every child, whatever their background or circumstances, children should healthy, stay safe from harm or abuse, enjoy and achieve their goals in life. Make positive and healthy contribution and experience economic well-being. Any organisation working with children and young adult must work together to safeguard children in all ways. (EveryChildMatters, 2005.)
P3- Explain relevant sections of key legislation and associated guidelines with regard to the administration of medicines.
Universal patient identifiers can safely enhance efficiency to connect patients to their healthcare records. Although, many patients evade the anguish from adverse events due to a misidentification from the existing patient-matching technology, however misidentification in patients can have inflated financial ramifications to hospital systems. “Denied claims can become a huge waste of time and money for any practice manager; per a recent MGMA Connection article the average cost to rework a claim is $25. When you multiply that cost by dozens of denied claims, it quickly adds up”. (Taufen, A., MA., 2014). Moreover, organizations associated with healthcare risk squandering money due to patient misidentification consequently resulting in claim
The writer will be discussing the health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, its principal element of the law, how the law is communicated to health care providers and the institution, and what providers are likely to be the most impacted by the laws.
The ACL has strengthened the ACCC 's enforcement powers (and those of ASIC, in relation to financial services and products). Under the TPA, because the regime was strict and the penalties severe, cases commenced by the ACCC were reasonably rare. The ACL has now empowered the ACCC to: Apply for a Court order disqualifying a person from managing corporations following a contravention of certain consumer protection provisions. Seek a Court order to redress loss or damage to consumers arising out of contravention of certain consumer protection provisions. Issue 'substantiation notices ' requiring the recipient to provide information and / or documentation to substantiate representations made by the recipient. Issue 'infringement notices ' containing a financial penalty for suspected contraventions of
As stated in the health and safety at work act etc. (1974), all healthcare staff are legally required to take reasonable and practical safety measures to protect themselves, other staff, and anyone else who may be at risk within the workplace. (HM Government, 1974) This means that all staff must adhere to the policies and procedures within their workplace and ensure that any information regarding risk to others is displayed clearly. This also coincides with the NMC’s code of conduct in regards to competence and knowledge.
The Community Care Act 2014 sections 1, 2 and 4 highlights the general responsibilities of the act and it could be said the ones that most affect social workers in making decisions for action. We will look at these sections to see how they fit alongside the BASW Code of Ethics for Social Workers (2012).
Confidentiality is an ethical value that remains deeply rooted in the nursing profession and has always been the cornerstone of the nurse-patient relationship. Since the days as nursing students, we were constantly reminded of the significance in maintaining patient’s confidentiality.
In matters of confidentiality, Banking is risky due to the highly sensitive nature of information which is often exchanged, recorded and retained. The purpose of this article is to discuss the clash of confidentiality and disclosure in the banking sector across the globe.