Imagine that you are a hospital’s compliance officer, and you are charged with making a presentation to your hospital’s board of directors regarding the moral right to healthcare. Your presentation should include at least three of the elements learned throughout this course, which could include, but are not limited to: the Code of Ethics, resource allocation, Stark Law, medical malpractice, and cultural competency. For this discussion, begin by creating a PowerPoint presentation that addresses the issue of the moral right to healthcare. Then, utilize the PowerPoint and create a presentation using a screencast program. Your presentation must utilize at least two scholarly sources. Include your references within the discussion post along with the link to your screencast. Required Response I (Due by Day 5)
: Imagine that you are one of the board members listening to your compliance officer’s presentation. Respond with a minimum of 150 words to at least two colleagues’ cases in an appropriate matter by addressing the following:
Required Response II (Due by Day 7
- Give your overall impression of the presentation. Was it clear and understandable?
- Examine at least three key points that were made in the presentation. Did these elements make sense? Could they be accepted by the hospital?
- Challenge your colleague regarding his or her presentation by questioning one or more of the key points in the presentation. Your question should not be able to be answered with a yes or no. Use phrases such as, “How can we…” “What do you think the response would be to…” and similar notations.
): Your classmates will have posted questions to your original post. You are required to respond to their question in a scholarly manner. Use your research to support your response to the comments and question(s) they posed. Your response should be at least 100 words. You may use Screenr, Jing, Screencast-O-Matic, or any other screencast program, however the use of a screencast program is required.
Review the Screenr Quick-Start Guide and visit the Screenr.com website to get started. You may view the Screenr demonstration video or contact Screenr Help directly for assistance using the software program. If you find using Screenr to be difficult, you may elect to use a different screencast program. Jing and Screencast-O-Matic are other good screencast resources that are free. You may also search on your own to locate a program of your choice. The use of a screencast program is required.