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\nVisit Below Link, To Download This Course:\n\nhttps://www.tutorialsservice.net/product/hlt-520-complete-week-dq-pack-latest-gcu/\n\nOr \nEmail us on\nSUPPORT@TUTORIALSSERVICE.NET\n\nHLT 520 Complete Week DQ Pack Latest-GCU\nHLT520\nHLT 520 Week 1 Discussion 1\nA patient is in a coma that appears irreversible. His mother, who is his surrogate, firmly believes that he will recover and that God is taking a hand to work a miracle if everyone will just wait long enough. She wants everything done for the patient, including resuscitation if he arrests. She insists that he stay in the hospital, and is very upset that he was transferred out of the ICU and his care was moved to comfort measures, rather than aggressive treatment. The mother does not speak English and is strong in her religious beliefs. The physicians for the patient are very upset and concerned about continuing to provide care that they believe is futile. The patient is developing a serious pneumonia, and the mother wants it treated aggressively. The physicians are reluctant. Analyze this case from the ethical principles of justice, benevolence, non-malfeasance, and autonomy.\n

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hlt 520 complete week dq pack latest gcu

HLT 520 COMPLETE WEEK DQ PACK LATEST-GCU

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HLT 520 Complete Week DQ Pack Latest-GCU

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HLT 520 Week 1 Discussion 1

A patient is in a coma that appears irreversible. His mother, who is his surrogate, firmly believes that he

will recover and that God is taking a hand to work a miracle if everyone will just wait long enough. She

wants everything done for the patient, including resuscitation if he arrests. She insists that he stay in the

hospital, and is very upset that he was transferred out of the ICU and his care was moved to comfort

measures, rather than aggressive treatment. The mother does not speak English and is strong in her

religious beliefs. The physicians for the patient are very upset and concerned about continuing to provide

care that they believe is futile. The patient is developing a serious pneumonia, and the mother wants it

treated aggressively. The physicians are reluctant. Analyze this case from the ethical principles of justice,

benevolence, non-malfeasance, and autonomy.

HLT 520 Week 1 Discussion 2

In this time of limited financial resources and reduced government payments for health care services,

what are the ethical issues of limiting care? How much uncompensated care can hospitals absorb?

Where do people with no resources go for care? What is the state’s responsibility to ensure health care

services? What are the ethical considerations that should be taken into account?

HLT 520 Week 2 Discussion 1

Discuss the four components of a valid contract and apply them to a contract with a vendor to purchase a

new CT scanner. What would you include in the contract? How would you be sure it would be valid?

hlt 520 week 2 discussion 2

HLT 520 Week 2 Discussion 2

Since the hospital/patient relationship is considered a contract of sorts, how is it affected if the patient

decides to disconnect himself from telemetry and leave the hospital for 4 hours to go score some cocaine

on the street? What would you do as a hospital administrator in this situation?

HLT 520 Week 3 Discussion 1

If a physician develops a history of disruptive behavior, belittling staff, cursing at coworkers, and being

rude and curt to patients, what are the responsibilities of the medical staff, the hospital, and the other

professionals involved? Why do you believe that so many staff may be reluctant to report a poorly

behaving physician?

HLT 520 Week 3 Discussion 2

What do you see as the pros and cons of obtaining fair market value analyses on the compensation paid

to physicians, especially when the market rates are benchmarked against national standards? How could

this information be used in negotiating rates with physicians?

HLT 520 Week 4 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

Discuss your opinion of the Stark laws, what they are designed to do, the impact of the exceptions, and

whether you think they are successful in preventing unethical behavior.

HLT 520 Week 4 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

What kinds of fraudulent or abusive behavior relating to health care services can occur in hospital

operations? How does the role of the compliance committee help to monitor and prevent these?

HLT 520 Week 5 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

You are a hospital administrator, and you receive a call from a colleague at another hospital. Your

colleague, who is a friend, informs you that he has received a demand for a stipend from the

ophthalmologists who take ED calls at his hospital, and they want a sizeable raise. He asks you what you

pay for that type of call, and suggests that you could both benefit by coming up with a standard rate of

pay over which neither of you will go in response to physician demands. It could save your hospitals

$300,000 to do this. What is your response, and what is the rationale for it?

HLT 520 Week 5 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

do you think that hospitals who engage in group

Do you think that hospitals who engage in group purchasing organizations are engaging in a form of

price-fixing? If yes, then why? If no, then why not?

HLT 520 Week 6 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

Examine the concept of “employment at will” and the public policy exceptions to it. How does it fit with the

issue of “wrongful discharge?”

HLT 520 Week 6 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

What do you see as the pros and cons of a unionized environment in a health care facility? How can the

right to collective bargaining by employees and the mandate to provide care to patients be reconciled?

HLT 520 Week 7 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

Explore the issues of how to determine if a patient is mentally competent to make his or her own

decisions, especially in situations where the decisions do not appear to make sense.

HLT 520 Week 7 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

What are the differences between a permanent vegetative state and a coma? How do these differences

affect the ethical choices faced by the family and caregivers of the patient? What impacts should the

patient’s own wishes have? How would the presence of a living will impact the decision?

HLT 520 Week 8 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

A baby is born with anencephaly, or absence of the entire brain above the brainstem. The brainstem is

intact, which means that the baby can breathe and have a heart beat and blood pressure, but there is no

chance for any human brain function or cognition, due to this birth defect. The health care team begins to

educate the mother, since children with this deficit generally die shortly after birth. However, the mother is

devoutly religious, and her minister has told her that if she prays hard enough to God, that God will work a

miracle and her baby’s brain will heal itself. She is insistent that all possible care be given to her baby,

including a months-long stay in the ICU, constant care by a caregiver, regular brain scans, and other

expensive modalities. The hospital, finding her adamant, asks the court for guardianship of the baby, with

the medical plan to provide only maintenance care with no life-prolonging techniques until the baby dies.

What are the ethical issues at play here? How do the principles of autonomy, beneficence,

nonmalfeasance, and justice manifest themselves? If you were called as an ethical consultant, what

would you do/recommend?

HLT 520 Week 8 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

a 94 year old woman is admitted to your hospital

A 94-year-old woman is admitted to your hospital with dehydration, trouble breathing, and possible kidney

failure. She is clearly in advanced Alzheimer’s, weighs about 95 pounds, and shows multiple bruises on

her body. She cannot talk. Her caregiver attributes the bruises to a blood disorder that reduces clotting.

What are your thoughts about this situation? What kind of investigation would you conduct? What actions

would you take to be in compliance with ethical principles