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   HCA 322 Entire Course (2 Set) For more classes visitwww.snaptutorial.com   This Tutorial contains 2 Set of Papers for each Assignment (DQ—1 Set)HCA 322 Week 1 Assignment Informed Consent (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 1 DQ 1 Ethical Concerns and ConsiderationsHCA 322 Week 2 Assignment Genetics Information (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 2 DQ 1 Patient RightsHCA 322 Week 2 DQ 2 Courtroom DramaHCA 322 Week 3 Assignment Annotated Bibliography HIPAA PrivacyRule (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 3 Assignment Annotated Bibliography DNR (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 3 Assignment Annotated Bibliography InstitutionalCode of Ethics (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 3 DQ 1 Patient Safety ActHCA 322 Week 3 DQ 2 Hot CoffeeHCA 322 Week 4 Assignment Stark Law (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 4 DQ 1 Ethical Resource AllocationHCA 322 Week 5 DQ 1 Compliance PresentationHCA 322 Week 5 Final Paper HIPAA Privacy Rule (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 5 Final Paper DNR (2 Papers)HCA 322 Week 5 Final Paper Institutional Code of Ethics (2 Papers)***************************   HCA 322 Week 1 Assignment Informed Consent (2    Papers) For more classes visitwww.snaptutorial.com   This Tutorial contains 2 PapersInformed Consent. Review each of the four commonly used consentforms listed below and select one for use in this assignment:• Anesthesia• Blood transfusion   • Special procedure• Surgery   Identify the five requirements within your selected consent form.Explain where and how each element is noted within the actual formitself. Then, analyze the purpose for using consent forms from both the patient’s and organization’s viewpoint.   ****************************  HCA 322 Week 1 DQ 1 Ethical Concerns and    Considerations k   For more classes visitwww.snaptutorial.com   Ethical Concerns and Considerations. On Day 1 of this course, your instructor will assign you to one of the three options listed below. For your initial post, address the discussion questions associated with optionyou were assigned. For your responses, select two classmates who wereassigned different options than you. Respond to at least two classmatesusing the required response prompt for their option (e.g., if your initial post was Option 1, then respond to posts from Option 2 and 3 or if your initial post was Option 2, then respond to posts from Option 1 and 3).Your initial post should be at least 250 words; your response post should be at least 100 words.Option 1: Internal Review Board (IRB) Case Studies· • Review each of the six IRB case studies from Yale University.   · • Select one case and describe it in your discussion post. Indicatein your post which case number you are   using.   · • Discuss why you believe the determination was made andwhether you believe it was the right or wrong   decision.   · • Support your view with at least two scholarly sources from theAshford University Library. Your initial   response should be at least 250words.   Required Response to Option 1: In a substantive post, explain why youagree or disagree with your colleague’s discussion as to whether thedetermination was right or wrong. Provide additional supportive  evidence as to your agreement or disagreement. Your responses should be at least 100 words.   Option 2: Ethics Committee Case Study   John, a 32 year-old lawyer,had worried for several years about developing Huntington's chorea, aneurological disorder that appears in a person's 30s or 40s, bringingrapid uncontrollable twitching and contractions and progressive,irreversible dementia. It leads to death in about 10 years. John's mother died from this disease. Huntington's is autosomal dominant and afflicts50% of an affected parent's offspring. John had indicated too many people that he would prefer to die rather than to live and die as hismother had. He was anxious, drank heavily, and had intermittentdepression, for which he saw a psychiatrist. Nevertheless, he was still a productive lawyer. John first noticed facial twitching three months agoand two neurologists independently confirmed a diagnosis of Huntington's. He explained his situation to his psychiatrist and requestedhelp committing suicide.When the psychiatrist refused, John reassured him that he did not plan toattempt suicide any time soon. However, when he went home, John pinned a note to his shirt to explain his actions and to refuse any medicalassistance that might be offered, then, ingested all of his antidepressantmedication. His wife, who did not yet know about his diagnosis, foundhim unconscious and rushed him to the emergency room withoutremoving the note.· • What should the care team at the emergency room do?   · • Discuss this question using the following topics and analyzinghow these issues are applied to the   decision made by the emergencyroom care team. Use at least two scholarly sources to support your    discussion. Your initial post should be a minimum of 250 words.   · • Review of the topics within this case:   − Medical Indications:There are two diagnoses/prognoses that merit consideration. Theunderlying chronic disease of Huntington's has no available treatmentand a bleak long term prognosis. However, there are effective treatmentsavailable for the acute diagnosis of drug overdose.    o How does the chronic diagnosis affect the team’s response to the acutecondition? − Patient Preferences: We know from the patient's suicidenote that he is refusing all medicaltreatment. However, what do we know about these statements of  preference? o Weretheyinformed?   oWasthepatientcompetenttomakethatdecision?The answers to these questions remain unclear, but we do know that the patient does not have decision making capacity for the present decisionof whether to proceed with the gastric emptying.o Isthereasurrogatedecision-makeravailable?   − Quality of Life: Lifewith Huntington's can be difficult with the onset of spasms and dementia.John was familiar with the quality of life associated with living withHuntington's as he watched his mother die of this disease. On the other hand, John does have a supportive family and continues to be able towork for the time being.oHowshouldthediminishedqualityoflifethatisanticipatedinthefutureaffectthe current decision?− Contextual Features: Several factors in the context of this case aresignificant. While the patient has a legal right to refuse treatment, he iscurrently unconscious and his surrogate (his wife) is requestingtreatment. There are also certain emergency room obligations to treatemergent conditions.o How should the emergency staff weigh the various competing legaland regulatory duties?Required Response to Option 2: Review your classmates’ discussion of the issues that were applied to the decision making process. Explainwhether you agree or disagree with all of the ethical considerations they provided, and provide additional notations on the potential positive andnegative outcome(s) based on that decision. Your responses should be atleast 100 words.Option 3: Mission/Vision/Value Statements   Find five hospital or healthcare organization’s mission, vision and value statements. Discuss theethical concerns and considerations that were or were not included in
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