Identification of managerial, financial, legal and ethical implications

Module 3 – SLP -Identification of managerial, financial, legal and ethical implications

Identification of managerial, financial, legal and ethical implications
Module 3 – SLP

Identification of managerial, financial, legal and ethical implications

In BHS365, you were introduced to the concept of critical thinking, and were tasked with applying the first two steps in the process. In BHS414, you reinforced the concepts and steps applied in BHS365, by having you again apply those early steps, but then take the process one step further.

Identify and clarify an ethical dilemma associated with the chosen topic of your course project. To achieve this, the students will be expected to gather and evaluate relevant information (e.g., peer review and credible sources). Furthermore, the students will be asked to consider alternatives for addressing the dilemma and the implications of each. Finally, the students will be expected to choose and most appropriate alternative and describe its proposed implementation.

Modular Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this module, the student will be able to satisfy the following outcomes:

•SLP ?Identify and discuss the ethical implications of the problem.

Module 3 – Background

Identification of managerial, financial, legal and ethical implications

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Norma Stephens Hannigan (2006). Blowing the whistle on healthcare fraud: Should I? Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 18(11), 512-7.

Brad Beauvais, Rebecca Wells, Joseph Vasey, Jami L Dellifraine. (2007). Does Money Really Matter? The Effects of Fiscal Margin on Quality of Care in Military Treatment Facilities. Hospital Topics, 85(3), 2-15.

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