CRITICAL ISSUES FOR NEW HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATORS
July 11, 2019 Off All,
*Learning Outcomes: Compose a list of duties and responsibilities of healthcare corporations. Differentiate the diverse and scope of practice for healthcare professionals in a healthcare organization. Recommend resolution options related to a conflict amongst a physician’s, other supporting medical staff and family. Recommend ongoing ethical and legal professional develop for administrators. Action Items: **Complete your required reading. *Pozgar, G. D. (2016). Legal and ethical issues for health professionals (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett. ISBN: 9781284036794 (print), 9781284089530 (e-text) **Chapters 8 and 9 will be provided. *Blum, J. D. (1996). The evolutions of physician credentialing into managed care selective contracting. American Journal of Law and Medicine, 22(2-3), 173-203. *Waddell v. Valley Forge Dental Associates, Inc., 276F.ed1275 (11th Cir. 2001). **In a 3-4 page paper, address the following: *Your paper should be written as means to communicate to new administrators the critical issues surrounding this week’s topics. *View as a training document covering the importance of topics, giving examples and explanation of cases and ongoing strategies for new administrators. *Compose a list of duties and responsibilities of healthcare corporations. Include at least 2 that are not from this text book. *Develop a list of healthcare practitioners that a healthcare administrator will encounter and differentiate their scope of practice (license, certifications, etc…). Include at least two that are not in our text book. *Recommend the steps that an administrator should take if there is a conflict between a physician’s, other supporting medical staff and family. *Recommend an ongoing strategies for new administrators to adopt to help them continue to identify corporate risk and ethical perspective of the diverse healthcare professionals in medical environment.