Essay HCM 420 Mastery Exercises

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HCM 420 Mastery Exercises

Week 1
1. True or false? The principle of autonomy assumes that you are free from the control of others and have the capacity to make your own life choices.
a. True
2. True or false? Kohlberg identified 7 stages of moral development.
a. False
3. True or false? Rawls' view of social justice includes people making choices to protect those who are in a lesser position in society.
a. True
4. True or false? The application of the principle of nonmaleficence is not restricted to patient treatment.
a. True
5. True or false? Fidelity means keeping your word to others and, in ethics, fidelity fits into the Buber View.
a. False
6. True or false? Beneficence is a principle of ethics that assumes that the healthcare
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a. False
13. What are "codes of ethics" in healthcare administration?
a. The code of ethics describe acceptable moral conduct and responsibilities of health care professionals
14. True or false? Normative ethics is concerned with moral reasoning patterns for a group or organization.
a. False
15. True or false? The application of the principle of nonmaleficence is restricted to patient care.
a. False
16. What does professional socialization mean?
a. You have studied your area of expertise, served as a role model, and have practical experiences that demonstrates competency
17. True or false? Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) assist infertile couples in their quest for parenthood
a. True
18. True or false? The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) affects healthcare delivery, business operations, and healthcare law.
a. True
19. True or false? Utilitarianism maintains that ethical choices should be based on cost as well as consequences?
a. False
20. Which of the following is an example of a gap in quality health care?
a. Failure to use information systems

Week 5
1. True or false? Professional socialization refers to the assimilation of medical students into the healthcare culture.
a. True
2. A healthcare administrator from another department is accepting expensive gifts, such as box seat tickets to sporting events and jewelry, from a technology company. The

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