This class has changed my perspective on care provision. The most compelling topic to me was the topic on the patient bill of rights. This topic widened my perspective on patient handling during the care process. Patient Bill of Rights enhances the need for a collaborative approach between the patients and the caregivers (Sheikhtaheri, Jabali & Dehaghi, 2016). It gives the patients a participatory role in their care process by stating their rights and responsibilities during the care process (Kamali & Mousavi, 2021). With the patient bill of rights in place, healthcare providers must work in concert with their patients in making clinical decisions, the consequence of which is better patient satisfaction.
Discussion boards were of considerable benefit to me throughout this course. Discussion boards opened platforms to which other members could contribute to the topic as well as share their views on the topic. This created an ideal picture of what these provisions are and thus reinforced my understanding of the topic. Further clarifications are not required in this regard since the topic was adequately covered during the learning process as well as during the discussions.
The topic coverage was adequate. The topic presentation, coupled with the course exercises and the discussion board, made the topic considerably easier to understand. I didn’t find much difficulty navigating through the topic and as well enjoyed the read. A practical clinical presentation depicting these rights and responsibilities could be the icing on the cake as it will enhance understanding of the topic.
The significance of HIPAA in ensuring the confidentiality and security of healthcare information underpins the necessity of a HIPAA certificate. This certificate will confer greater advantages to me as it will demonstrate that I do understand the need to ensure that patient health data remains confidential and secure.
Kamali, M., & Mousavi, S. (2021). Observance of patients’ rights by physicians and nurses from the COVID-19 patients’ perspective. Journal Of Medical Ethics and History Of Medicine. DOI: 10.18502/john. v13i33.5315
Sheikhtaheri, A., Jabali, M., & Dehaghi, Z. (2016). Nurses’ knowledge and performance of the patient’s bill of rights. Nursing Ethics, 23(8), 866-876. DOI: 10.1177/0969733015584967
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Primary Discussion Response is due by Friday (11:59:59pm Central), and Peer Responses are due by Tuesday (11:59:59pm Central).
Summative Discussion Board
Review and reflect on the knowledge you have gained from this course. Based on your review and reflection, write 100-200 words on the following:
What were the most compelling topics learned in this course?
How did participating in discussions help your understanding of the subject matter? Is anything still unclear that could be clarified?
What approaches could have yielded additional valuable information?
How do you think the HIPAA certificate will help you as you seek a job in health care?
(THE PATIENTS BILL OF RIGHTS IS ONE TO WRITE ABOUT)
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