Course Description

A Code of Conduct is a reference tool that organizations use across the globe as a compass for their employees and members to utilize and refer to when making decisions or performing their job duties. According to the Cambridge Dictionary, Code of Conduct is "a set of rules about how to behave and do business with other people."
 
To put this into context, a Code of Conduct for a large hospital group would help physicians better understand how they can interact with prescription drug manufacturers, if they can accept gifts from patients, and what they should do when faced with an ethical dilemma in delivering patient care. As we learn more through the lessons, there are many laws and ethical considerations when doing business in the healthcare industry, and a Code of Conduct can provide clarification when faced with them.

This course provides and effectively clear and practical guide to legal and ethical issues that healthcare professionals face daily; and is recommended for healthcare practitioners, managers, instructors- trainers, as well as any field that works with the healthcare industry. Resources, tools, and topics covered and discussed include:

-   "Patient First" is the Baseline for Healthcare Code of Conduct

-   Employee Practices within a Code of Conduct

-   Business Activities

-   Relationships And Their Role In A Healthcare Code Of Conduct

-   Financial Code Of Conduct In Healthcare Settings

-   The Role of Privacy Practices in a Code of Conduct

-   Trust Between All Parties In A Healthcare Setting

-   Code Of Conduct Exists Outside Of Direct Patient Care

-   Oversight Committees and their Enforcement of the Code of Conduct

-   Code Of Conduct For Licensing Boards And How Healthcare Professionals Can Implement In Their Daily Jobs

-   Everyone's Role In Implementing A Successful Code Of Conduct

-   Best Practices To Implement An Effective Code Of Conduct Program

-   How To Improve Code of Conduct Adoption Among Employees

-   Laws That Are Related To Codes Of Conduct

  • Completely Online
  • Self-Paced
  • 6 Months to Complete
  • 24/7 Availability
  • Start Anytime
  • PC & Mac Compatible
  • Android & iOS Friendly
  • Accredited CEUs
Universal Class is an IACET Accredited Provider
 
 

Assessment Guide

Assessment Points
Why this Course? 1 points
Lesson 1 Exam 10 points
Lesson 2 Exam 10 points
Lesson 3 Exam 11 points
Lesson 4 Exam 7 points
Lesson 5 Exam 10 points
Lesson 6 Exam 10 points
Lesson 7 Exam 10 points
Lesson 8 Exam 10 points
Lesson 9 Exam 10 points
Lesson 10 Exam 10 points
Lesson 11 Exam 10 points
Lesson 12 Exam 10 points
Lesson 13 Exam 10 points
Lesson 14 Exam 10 points
Lesson 15 Exam 10 points
The Final Exam 60 points
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