Hcmg730 Full Course (All Discussion, Reflections, Case Analysis and Final Assessment) Essay

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HCMG730 full course (all discussion, reflections, case analysis and final assessment)
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“Because Congress passed ARRA after passing HIPAA, any conflicting provisions between the two statues will be governed by the provisions of ARRA. The two statues can be reconciled because of a provision in ARRA that states any HIPAA statutory provision or regulation remains in effect to the extent that it is consistent with AARA” (McWay, et.al., 2010, p 9).
Discuss two conflicting provision between the two laws not discussed in the book and explain how the conflict would be resolved. Include a brief explanation of ARRA and HIPAA.
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Case Study Analysis #2-
Analyze the Legal Case Study: Ybarra v. Spangard
This case is located in the case study section in the back of the book on page 17. Answer the two questions listed on page 18 under the case information (The first questions begins with 1: Which form of negligence…). Also answer the following question: Summarize and give your analysis of the verdict of the case employing your own opinion. Do you agree with the verdict? Why or why not?
The case analysis must be in APA style, a minimum of 3 References [with in-text citations], and no more than 4 pages. Remember to re-state each question prior to answering.
Week 4 Discussion Question 1
Review each of the ethical concepts and theories address in Chapter 5. Decide which concept or theory best fits with your personal point of view. Examine how you have used that concept or theory in the past and decide how you will use it in the future.
Week 4 Discussion Question 2
Explain the use of the following documents- advance directives, living will and durable power of attorney for health care. Refer to appendix E in the textbook which includes examples of these documents. You have been approached by an elderly relative seeking information about her options in planning for future medical care in the event she is unable to communicate her wishes or otherwise direct her care. How would you respond? What options should you provide?
Weekly Reflection Week 4
Reflect on the topics discussed this week