IHP420 SNHU Wendy Ann Noon Berner Medical Negligence Case Assignment

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In this assignment, you will complete a draft of the next section of your analysis of a malpractice case.

To complete this assignment, review the Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric document.

Note: This activity is one of many that will contribute to the completion of the final projects. See the Final Project Assignment Table for more information.

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IHP 420 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric Overview: The final case study for this course will require you to analyze a court decision in which a physician was found liable for medical malpractice. You will focus on facts pertaining to the medical standard of care, breach of care, and causation, and you will explain how they were applied to law. You will then use the facts of the case to identify an ethics issue and determine an ethical theory that would help provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient. Next, you will apply a clinician–patient shared decision-making model to describe how the ethics issue could be resolved. You will also include a discussion about possible violations of the code of ethics in your given field. Lastly, you will augment or vary the facts of the case to create a hypothetical scenario that changes the outcome so that the physician is no longer liable for medical malpractice. Prompt: In this project, you will analyze a court case involving medical malpractice. For this milestone, you will use the facts from the original case to identify an ethics issue, determine an ethical theory that would help provide a safe and quality healthcare experience for the patient, and apply a clinician–patient shared decision-making model. III. Ethical Component: In this section, you will evaluate the case to identify the specific ethical issues and determine ethical theories and shared decisionmaking models that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience. Then, you will propose and defend ethical guidelines for healthcare providers to follow in order to avoid future incidents. A. Describe the ethical issues that led to the malpractice case and explain why the issues are credited with causing the incident. Support your response with research and relevant examples from the case. B. Describe an ethical theory that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient. Support your response with research and relevant examples from the case. C. Select a physician–patient shared decision-making model and explain how it would provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient D. Propose ethical guidelines that would have helped prevent the incident and would help the organization prevent future incidents. E. Defend how your proposed ethical guidelines will hold healthcare providers accountable to themselves, their profession, their patients, and the public. Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Your paper should be a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format. Critical Elements Ethical Component: Ethical Issues Proficient (100%) Describes the ethical issues that led to the malpractice case and explains why the issues are credited with causing the incident, and supports with research and relevant examples Ethical Component: Ethical Theory Describes an ethical theory that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient, and supports with research and relevant examples from the case Ethical Component: Shared DecisionMaking Model Selects a physician–patient shared decision-making model and explains how it would provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient Ethical Component: Ethical Guidelines Proposes ethical guidelines that would have helped prevent the incident and would help the organization prevent future incidents Ethical Component: Defend Defends how the proposed ethical guidelines will hold healthcare providers accountable to themselves, their profession, their patients, and the public Needs Improvement (70%) Describe the ethical issues that led to the malpractice case and explains why the issues are credited with causing the incident, but description lacks details or does not support with research and relevant examples Describes an ethical theory that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient, but description lacks detail, is illogical, or does not support with research or relevant examples Selects a physician–patient shared decision-making model and explains how it would provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient, but explanation lacks detail Proposes ethical guidelines that would have helped prevent the incident and would help the organization prevent future incidents, but proposal is cursory Defends how the proposed ethical guidelines will hold healthcare providers accountable to themselves, their profession, their patients, and the public, but defense lacks detail or is illogical Not Evident (0%) Does not describe the ethical issues that led to the malpractice case and does not explain why the issues are credited with causing the incident Value 18 Does not describe an ethical theory that would help resolve the issue and provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient 18 Does not select a physician– patient shared decision-making model and does not explain how it would provide a safe, quality healthcare experience for the patient 18 Does not propose ethical guidelines that would have helped prevent current and future incidents 18 Does not defend how the proposed ethical guidelines will hold healthcare providers accountable to themselves, their profession, their patients, and the public 18 Articulation of Response Submission has no major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas Total 10 100%
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Medical Negligence Outline
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Paragraph One
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The facts of the case: The facts of the case are that the plaintiff had seen the
case from the whistleblower's case against the hospital. Wendy Ann Noon
Berner is suing the University of Kansas Hospital for fraud, civil conspiracy,
and negligence.
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The initial case was from the whistleblower; Dr. Lowell Tizler, who claimed
that the hospital rebuffed his efforts of doing an analysis of the wrongs as well
as informing the patient who had not been told about the misdiagnosis.
Paragraph Two
i.
It revealed that Federal regulators who investigated the allegations of Tizler.
ii.
CMS concluded that the hospital placed all its patients at risk of receiving care
which does not meet acceptable standards and quality and thus the practices
were deficient.
iii.
The hospital’s spokesman indicated that the hospital was constrained on what
to say as per allegations from Berner.
Paragraph Three
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Ethical Issues of the case is medical malpractice and negligence
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Healthcare providers are expect...


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