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Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Accountable Care Organization
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally "different suffering" referring to the medical phil…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
21 terms
Business Law and Ethics - Chapter 3
Appellate brief
Appellate court
Arbitrator
Associate circuit court
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
independent third party who develops a binding and enforceabl…
court that hears minor criminal cases, state traffic offenses…
Appellate brief
written argument on the issues of law submitted by opposing a…
Appellate court
reviews decisions of lower courts to determine if a significa…
37 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Discovery Rule
Endorsement
Good Samaritan Laws
Guardian Ad Litem
the legal theory that provides that the statute of limitation…
an approval or sanction
state laws help protect health care professionals and ordinar…
court appointed guardian to represent a minor or unborn child…
Discovery Rule
the legal theory that provides that the statute of limitation…
Endorsement
an approval or sanction
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Law & Ethics - Chapter 3
What do you call laws enacted by state…
The President of the US exercises limi…
What do powers exclusive to the indivi…
What is true of criminal laws
statutes
executive orders
issuing licenses and regulating interstate
protect members of society from harmful acts of others, inclu…
What do you call laws enacted by state…
statutes
The President of the US exercises limi…
executive orders
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Law & Ethics for Health Care professional Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
A mandatory credentialing process, established by law, usuall…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby the applicants who…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's own name is listed on…
Official authorization or approval for confirming to a specif…
Licensure
A mandatory credentialing process, established by law, usuall…
Certification
A voluntary credentialing process whereby the applicants who…
25 terms
Law & Ethics CH 3 Key Terms
Accountable Care Organization (ACO)
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally, "different suffering"; referring to the medical ph…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization (ACO)
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
31 terms
Chapter 3- Dental Ethics and the Law
What is the term for withdrawing from…
In the dental field, ethical behavior…
What expresses the concept that the de…
What principle means that the dental t…
Abandonment
the American Dental Association Principle of Ethics.
Autonomy
Nonmaleficence
What is the term for withdrawing from…
Abandonment
In the dental field, ethical behavior…
the American Dental Association Principle of Ethics.
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MEDTECH Law and Ethics Ch 3
tort
fiduciary
indictment
misdemeanor
a private wrong or injury
holding or held in trust
a written accusation issued by the grand jury charging a part…
an offense punished by a fine or sentence to a local prison f…
tort
a private wrong or injury
fiduciary
holding or held in trust
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Chapter 3 Law&Ethics
Certification
Clinic Manager
Continuing Education Units (CEU)
Credential
documentation from a professional organization that an indivi…
a person who has additional education and experience in the h…
these are awarded to professionals within a particular field…
evidence of having achieved a certain level of knowledge thro…
Certification
documentation from a professional organization that an indivi…
Clinic Manager
a person who has additional education and experience in the h…
25 terms
Medical Law & Ethics Chapter 3 410 MLE
Accountable Care Organization
accreditation
allopathic
associate practice
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Literally "different suffering" referring to the medical phil…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
Accountable Care Organization
A health care payment and delivery model that could reward do…
accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
31 terms
Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Chapter 3 Law & Ethics
Criminal law
Civil law
Tort
Practice of medicine
Made to protect the public as a whole from the harmful acts o…
Concerns relationships between individuals or between individ…
Wrongful act resulting in harm that is committed against anot…
Defined as diagnosing and prescribing treatment or medication
Criminal law
Made to protect the public as a whole from the harmful acts o…
Civil law
Concerns relationships between individuals or between individ…
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Law and ethics chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
Certification
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
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Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Medical practice acts
How medical practice acts are applied
Examination
Endorsement
Main job is to protect the public
Examining boards... Baseline for practice... Prerequisites for lice…
National Board Medical Examination (NBME)... Federal Licensing E…
Approval or sanction, license given once requirements met
Medical practice acts
Main job is to protect the public
How medical practice acts are applied
Examining boards... Baseline for practice... Prerequisites for lice…
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Chapter 3 law & ethics
the code of ethics for Pharmacy Techni…
one of the characteristics of a profes…
one of the main considerations of the…
morals are recognized as principles of
Moral
knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors
health and safety of the patient
right conduct
the code of ethics for Pharmacy Techni…
Moral
one of the characteristics of a profes…
knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors
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Chapter 3 law and ethics
Accreditation
Allopathic
Associate practice
Certification
Official authorization or aprroval for comforming to a specif…
Literally means "different suffering" refers to medical philo…
A medical management system in which two or more phys. Share…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby app.who meet specif…
Accreditation
Official authorization or aprroval for comforming to a specif…
Allopathic
Literally means "different suffering" refers to medical philo…
53 terms
medical law and ethics Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
Certification
voluntary credentialing process where applicants who meet spe…
Chapter 3: Law and Ethics
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
Certification
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
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Law & Ethics for the Health Professions Chapter 3
Accreditation
Allopathic
Associate practice
Certification
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Means "different suffering" and refers to the medical philoso…
A medical management system in which two or more physicians s…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
Accreditation
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Allopathic
Means "different suffering" and refers to the medical philoso…
32 terms
Law & Ethics - Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
voluntary credentialing process, usually national in scope, a…
entry in an official registry or record, listing the names of…
process by which educations programs, facilities, and managed…
Licensure
mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually a…
Certification
voluntary credentialing process, usually national in scope, a…
42 terms
Law & Ethics: Chapter 3
licensure
certification
registration
accreditation
a mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
a voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
a credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
official authorization or approval conforming to a specified…
licensure
a mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
certification
a voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
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Medical Law & Ethics 149: Chapter 3
licensure
certification
registration
accreditation
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
licensure
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
certification
A voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
19 terms
Law and Ethics Chapter 3
Felony
Tort
Negligence
Assault
is a crime punishable by the death or imprisonment in the sta…
A private wrong or injury, other than breach of contract, for…
Failure to take reasonable precautions to protect others from…
Any deliberate attempt or threat to inflict bodily injury on…
Felony
is a crime punishable by the death or imprisonment in the sta…
Tort
A private wrong or injury, other than breach of contract, for…
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MED 149 law & ethics Chapter 3 review
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
Mandatory credentialing at state level
Voluntary credentialing at national level
Credentialing were one is listed on a register as having paid…
Official authorization or approval for a specific standard
Licensure
Mandatory credentialing at state level
Certification
Voluntary credentialing at national level
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Law and Ethics: Chapter 3
A pediatrician completes all the state…
The administer of a long-term care fac…
The administrator of a hospital instru…
An RN moving to another state to pract…
Licensure
The Joint commission
The hospital must undergo an on-site survey by a TJC survey t…
Take the required examination to obtain a valid license in th…
A pediatrician completes all the state…
Licensure
The administer of a long-term care fac…
The Joint commission
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Law & Ethics Chapter 3
In the solo practice who makes the dec…
What is especially important for docto…
Who owns a professional corporation?
What is a managed care organization?
The Dr. owner makes all the decisions.
Dr. must make it clear to public that he/she is not in a part…
By doctors who are shareholders.
Organization that pay for & deliver health care for a set fee.
In the solo practice who makes the dec…
The Dr. owner makes all the decisions.
What is especially important for docto…
Dr. must make it clear to public that he/she is not in a part…
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Law and ethics chapter 3
a credentialing procedure whereby one'…
Official authorization or approval for…
Reciprocity
Higher financial compensation, Decreas…
What is registration?
What is accreditation?
When a state accepts a person's valid license from another st…
When do physicians specialize?
a credentialing procedure whereby one'…
What is registration?
Official authorization or approval for…
What is accreditation?
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Chapter 3 ethics and law
what are the 4 types of ethical proble…
ethical dilemma
ethical dilemmas of justice
ethical distress
Ethical dilemma, ethical dilemma of justice, ethical distress…
more than one course of action. once you pick a course you ca…
involves allocation of scare resourses. who gets the organ fi…
clear solution to the problem but it cannot be applied
what are the 4 types of ethical proble…
Ethical dilemma, ethical dilemma of justice, ethical distress…
ethical dilemma
more than one course of action. once you pick a course you ca…
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Law and Ethics Chapter 3
What r medical practice acts?
Do doctors need to be licensed were th…
Describe Endorsement licensing method
Describe Reciprocity licensing method
Laws that govern the practice of medicine in a state
Yes
-Has degree... -Has passed accredited school. -Doctor granted li…
The cooperation of one state granting a licence to practice m…
What r medical practice acts?
Laws that govern the practice of medicine in a state
Do doctors need to be licensed were th…
Yes
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
15 terms
Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
19 terms
Chapter 3: Medical Law and Ethics
administrative law
advance directive
bioethics
breach of contract
laws governing the administration of agency regulations
document that allows patients to request that life-sustaining…
ethical decisions pertaining to life issues such as stem cell…
failure by either party in a valid contract to comply with te…
administrative law
laws governing the administration of agency regulations
advance directive
document that allows patients to request that life-sustaining…
15 terms
Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
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Chapter 3 Nursing Ethics and Law
Abandonmen
Advanced directive
Advocate
Assault
Leaving or walking away from patient assignments without repl…
Written documents that provide guidelines for making medical…
To stand up for what is in the patient's best interest, as op…
Threatening a patient with harm or to show intent to touch hi…
Abandonmen
Leaving or walking away from patient assignments without repl…
Advanced directive
Written documents that provide guidelines for making medical…
14 terms
law & ethics chapter 3
autonomy
beneficence
code of ethics
confidentiality
the ability or tendency to function independently
it is concerned with how ethics apply to biological research…
standards developed to affect quality
the obligation of the healthcare provider to maintain patient…
autonomy
the ability or tendency to function independently
beneficence
it is concerned with how ethics apply to biological research…
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Chapter 3 Law & Ethics
Sedition Act of 1798
Espionage Act of 1917
Schenck vs US 249 US 47 (1919)
clear-and-present-danger test
- adopted by Federalist Party... - used to punish anyone who tal…
- led to the clear and present danger test... - controlled spy a…
- Charles Schenck sent drafted men pamphlets opposing the mil…
- an attempt to define the point at which speech comes close…
Sedition Act of 1798
- adopted by Federalist Party... - used to punish anyone who tal…
Espionage Act of 1917
- led to the clear and present danger test... - controlled spy a…
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Chapter 3 Medical Law and Ethics
criminal law
civil law
tort
assult
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
concerns relationships with individuals
a wrongful act, resulting in harm that is committed against a…
the THREAT of bodily harm to another
criminal law
made to protect the public from harmful acts of others
civil law
concerns relationships with individuals
16 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditation
a mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
a voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
a credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
a mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
Certification
a voluntary credentialing process whereby applicants who meet…
35 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Licensure
Certification
Registration
Accreditaion
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
A voluntary credentialing process whererby applicants who mee…
A credentialing procedure whereby one's name is listed on a r…
Official authorization or approval for conforming to a specif…
Licensure
A mandatory credentialing process established by law, usually…
Certification
A voluntary credentialing process whererby applicants who mee…
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Nursing Ethics and Law chapter 3
Appeal
Assault
Battery
H I P AA
To change the decision of the court to a higher court where t…
To purposely threaten physical harm to an individual
To touch an individual without consent
Health insurance portability and accountability act
Appeal
To change the decision of the court to a higher court where t…
Assault
To purposely threaten physical harm to an individual
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Chapter 3: Nursing Ethics and Law
Abandonment of patient
Advance directive
Appeal
Assault
To desert or forsake a patient in your charge; to leave a pat…
A written statement indicating a patient's wishes regarding f…
To challenge the decision of a court to a higher court, where…
To purposefully threaten physical harm to an individual
Abandonment of patient
To desert or forsake a patient in your charge; to leave a pat…
Advance directive
A written statement indicating a patient's wishes regarding f…
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Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Medical Practice Acts
When is a Valid license is not needed…
Licensure of a Physician
Reciprosity
Provide baseline for practice of medicine. Specify conditions…
When employed by federal medical facilities. In an emergency.…
Examination, Endorsement, Reciprocity, Registration.
This practice of cooperation by which a state grants a licens…
Medical Practice Acts
Provide baseline for practice of medicine. Specify conditions…
When is a Valid license is not needed…
When employed by federal medical facilities. In an emergency.…
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Chapter 3 LAW & ETHICS
ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION (AI)
CHROMOSOMES
CLONE
(Living wills) Means by which a patient can self-determine hi…
Injection of seminal fluid into the female vagina, which cont…
Threadlike structures in the center of the cell (nucleus) tha…
Duplicate cell reproduced artificially from a natural, origin…
ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
(Living wills) Means by which a patient can self-determine hi…
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION (AI)
Injection of seminal fluid into the female vagina, which cont…
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Chapter 3 LAW & ETHICS
ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION (AI)
CHROMOSOMES
CLONE
(Living wills) Means by which a patient can self-determine hi…
Injection of seminal fluid into the female vagina, which cont…
Threadlike structures in the center of the cell (nucleus) tha…
Duplicate cell reproduced artificially from a natural, origin…
ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
(Living wills) Means by which a patient can self-determine hi…
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION (AI)
Injection of seminal fluid into the female vagina, which cont…
31 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Davis v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Hague v. Committee of Industrial Organ…
Which court case brought up the concep…
Just because expression takes place on…
1. A reverend was arrested convicted of preaching without a p…
1. CIO challenged Jersey City mayor's authority to suppress t…
Hague v. Committee of Industrial Organizations
does not mean that the property is actually a traditional for…
Davis v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1. A reverend was arrested convicted of preaching without a p…
Hague v. Committee of Industrial Organ…
1. CIO challenged Jersey City mayor's authority to suppress t…
15 terms
Law & Ethics Chapter 3
Autonomy
Beneficence
Bioethics
Code of ethics
the ability or tendency to function independently
Acting to benefit others
It is concerned with how ethics apply to biological research…
Standards developed to affect quality and ensure the highest…
Autonomy
the ability or tendency to function independently
Beneficence
Acting to benefit others
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Law & Ethics : Chapter 3
Scope of practice
Standard of care
Reasonable person standard
Duty of care
Is the range of activities that a health care worker is quali…
Is the level of performance that's expected fmof a health car…
Is a legal principle that every person has a duty to behave a…
Is the legal obligation, or duty, a health care worker has to…
Scope of practice
Is the range of activities that a health care worker is quali…
Standard of care
Is the level of performance that's expected fmof a health car…
27 terms
Law and Ethics Chapter 3
District Courts
Courts of Appeals
Reverse
Modify
Trial courts of general jurisdiction that can hear and decide…
Hear appeals from the district courts and review orders of ce…
Set aside the lower court's judgement.
Change the lower court's judgement.
District Courts
Trial courts of general jurisdiction that can hear and decide…
Courts of Appeals
Hear appeals from the district courts and review orders of ce…
29 terms
Health Science: Medical Law and Ethics-Chapter 3
Advance Directives
Assault
Battery
Certification
a written form providing a way for people to express how they…
a threat or an attempt to injure another person
unlawful touching of another person without his or her consen…
given for recognition; if specific guidelines are met, it can…
Advance Directives
a written form providing a way for people to express how they…
Assault
a threat or an attempt to injure another person
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