Accountability and Liability for Individuals and Organizations
Accountability and liability for a long term care manager is very important in the health care industry. Long term managers have to not only be responsible for their actions in the health care organization but also for the actions of their employees. Long term care managers are accountable and liable for maintaining standards of care for their patients. And for the standard of care changes that is based on their provider types. According toÂ "The Impact of Worker Health on Long Term Care: Implications for Nursing ...view middle of the document...
Providers have a detailed list of things they are responsible for. When making changes in a practice ownership the provider must notify their organization. Providers must also give notice when either adding new physician or a physician is leaving the practice. It is the providerâ€™s responsibility to only bill Medicaid recipients for covered services. Providers are also responsible for providing medical to all patients by the same standards no matter what their race or gender may be. Providers have the right to decide what type of care they are going to give as well as the right to pick the patients they want to treat.
Statutory and Regulatory Enactments
Patients also have rights and some of those rights are protected by the federal government. As a part of patient rights patients have the right to obtain a copy of their medical records. Informed consent is also a patient right. This means that the physician has to provide the patient with all available treatment options. Informed consent also gives the patient the right to refuse a part of their treatment or procedure without refusing all care. There are several types of fraud that affects health care. Embezzlement is one type of fraud that takes place when...