Organizational ethics in health care:
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 393-399) and index.
Part one: 1. The moral ecology of health care organizations. 2. Organizational theory, culture, and psychology: tools for organizational ethics. 3. Organizational support for ethical behavior. 4. Corporate compliance and integrity programs: the uneasy alliance between law and ethics. 5. Managing human resources. 6. Conflicts of interest. 7. Discretion and control. 8. Evaluating the moral life of an organization: the case of resource allocation policies. 9. Resource allocation and utilization: structural issues. 10. Mission and the bottom line. Part two: cases: 1. The waiting room. 2. Nursing strikes. 3. A gift, or an obligation? 4. Obligations for adequate health care coverage. 5. A manager's dilemma in hiring. 6. Conflict of interest, or just a great lunch? 7. Organizations and spousal equivalent benefits. 8. Organizational teflon: making sure the case doesn't stick. 9. Investment policy. 10. Compassionate sedation, or euthanasia? compassionate communication, or deceit? 11. Ethical considerations in charting. 12. Executive use of discretionary funds: the bonus pool. 13. Integrating spirituality in the health care setting. 14. Alternative and complementary medicine. 15. Overstepping the bounds of expertise. 16. Marketing products and practicing medicine. 17. Following the rules, or using them as a smokescreen? 18. Organizational advancement and corporate compliance. 19. The compliance officer and the ethics committee. 20. Aggressive accounting. Appendixes.