Can an organization self-report a violation? Are they required to self-report? Will self-reporting make the investigation easier on them?

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Question 1:

Can an organization self-report a violation? Are they required to self-report? Will self-reporting make the investigation easier on them?


Question 2:

President Obama signed the Elder Justice Act into law in 2010. Research this law and Alabama' toolkit found here: Elder Justice and Advocacy . Then, research your state to find out what the law is regarding Elder Abuse. Post your findings detailing what the law is, the agency responsible, and how to report suspected abuse.


Question 3:

What are your thoughts about use of the internet for medical information? Is it good for the average consumer to seek out information there?

Question 4:

Exactly how does a health care provider protect paper and electronically records? What are some of the common methods used? How can we be assured that PHI is released only to those we authorize.



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School: Duke University

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Running head: VIOLATION OF THE RIGHTS AND ABUSE

Violation of the Rights and Abuse
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation
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VIOLATION OF RIGHTS AND ABUSE

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Question one. Self-reporting of a Violation
According to Joinson & Paine (2007), the company can self-report a violation to the
relevant authorities. It is thus imperative for the organizations to arrange for an audit where the
organization needs to have a sense of the likely risks as well as rewards associated with hiring such
a firm. There exists no formal obligation for the organizations to disclose the potential violations.
The obligation will be imposed based on whether a mandatory report is demanded. Self-reporting
eases the investigation procedures. The government significantly uses the report to describe the
mitigation credits. This is by ensuring that the potential violations are brought to the attention of
the government (Joinson & Paine, 2007). Moreover, it benefits the organization by self-reporting
through avoiding adverse consequences which may include reduced penalties as well as favorable
terms of...

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