Let It Pour
The Faith Community Hospital will conduct surveys among the hospital staff and patients to grade the handling of DNR orders. Such surveys will measure the effectiveness of the staff providing information about DNR orders and review any issues that might have risen while the new procedure was implemented. Internal audits will be executed twice a year to analyze the efficiency of the sharing of administrative functions. Such analysis will include financial reports on man-hours, productivity and staff suggestions and feedback on the program. DNR order reports will be required at the end of each quarter. Such reports will include the number of new DNR orders, unsuccessful attempts to review existing orders and any issues or controversies from all parties involved on following the set guidelines.
In conclusion, the problems at hand where identified based on the data provided on the case study. Such issues mirror the problem hospitals, clinics and healthcare providers face as prices continues to rise, and malpractice insurance costs contribute to many facilities closing their doors. There is no foolproof decision on dealing with such issues involving ethics and ethical behavior. Organizations such as Faith Community Hospital will need to find a medium where the law and the wishes of those in their care can agree.
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