When unable to do what they consider the correct action, clinicians--nurses and other healthcare providers--may experience moral distress.
Montefiore protects patient privacy and confidentiality. Montefiore creates an ethical organizational environment by: Back to top Montefiore pursues a socially responsible agenda by: Addressing the health of the community by working with individuals and groups to identify public health care needs, establish priorities and provide adequate notice of available services; Promoting accessible, affordable and convenient primary care; Building community alliances that work with community organizations and individuals to promote public health and safety, and coordinate health care delivery; and Supporting teaching and research as important parts of its responsibility to the community and the larger society.
Back to top Montefiore engages in responsible stewardship by: Back to top Montefiore supports fair marketing and communication practices by: Back to top Montefiore monitors quality of care by: Promoting best clinical practice by using measures of quality that reflect the current research on clinical outcomes and practice guidelines; Including all departments and disciplines in system-wide continuous quality improvement to improve the quality of care and promote clinical skills; Monitoring and reducing adverse clinical events by focusing on patient safety, and identifying and eliminating practice patterns and systems that deviate from accepted standards of care; Promoting continuity of care by sharing appropriate medical information, coordinating services among providers and developing discharge plans that monitor the transition from hospital to the community or other care facilities; and Abiding by the principle of truth telling and requiring appropriate personnel to disclose health-impairing mistakes to patients and, where indicated, their families, in order to respect autonomy and prevent or mitigate harm.
Back to top Montefiore supports ethical clinical decision making by: Montefiore promotes multidisciplinary clinical consultation by: Montefiore protects patient privacy and confidentiality by:Case studies provide a roadmap for decision-making in future cases, help drive the development of new analysis and thought about complex medical and moral dilemmas, and are an effective way to bring bioethics alive for students, healthcare providers, administrators, attorneys and, even in some situations, patients and families.
Organizational Ethics and Health Care: Expanding Bioethics to the Institutional Arena Laura Jane Bishop ” is warranted in addressing ethical issues in health care organizations, Van Rensselaer Potter asserts codes of ethics, organizational responses to ethical problems, fiduciary duties and responsibilities and organization/staff issues.
Sep 09, · Professional ethics refers to the use of logical and consistent communication, knowledge, clinical skills, emotions and values in nursing practice. This study aimed to explore and describe factors that affect professional ethics in nursing practice in Iran.
Ethical Guidelines The guidelines for making sound resource allocation decisions from an ethical perspective are similar to those that should be followed for most executive decisions.
The key points include transparency, hon-esty, integrity, promise-keeping, stewardship, fairness and alignment with the organization’s vision, mis-sion and values. for issues as diverse as access to the organization’s services, a particular At the foundation of organizational ethical decision making is the applica- The management team of Memorial Medical Center must make a decision regarding the continuation of one of its outpatient clinics.
Montefiore Medical Center strives to abide by the ethical principles embodied in this Code of Ethics in all aspects of patient care, medical education, clinical research and community service, and in all aspects of administrative functions related to those services.