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Standards # 1 PTA shall ____ , and rights of all individuals

respect the inherent dignity

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Standard # 2 PTA shall be _____ , in addressing the rights and needs of patients/clients

trustworth and compassionate

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Standard # 3 PTA shall make ____ in collabo with the PT and within the boundaries established by laws and regulations

sound decisions

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Standard # 4 PTA shall demonstrate ____ in theri relationships with patients/clients, families, colleagues, students, other health care providers, employers, payers, and the public

integrity

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Standard # 5 PTA shall fulfill their ______ obligations

legal and ethical

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Standard # 6 PTA shall enhance their _______ through the lifelong acquisition and refinement of ________.

competence
knowledge, skills, and abilities

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Standard # 7 PTA shall support ______ that benefit patients/clients and society.

organizational behaviors and business practices

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Standard # 8 PTA shall particitpate in efforts to meet the ______ needs of people locally, nationally, or globally

health

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The 8 value-based behaviors

1. Altruism
2. Caring and compassion
3. Continuing competence
4. Duty
5. Integrity
6. PT/PTA collabo
7. Responsibility
8. Social responsibility

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RTSILCOH values

Respect the inherent dignity, trustworthy and compassionate, make sound decisions, integrity, legal and ethical, competence, organizational behavior and business practices, health of public

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ACCDIPRS value-based

Altruism, competence, compassion and care, duty, pt collabo, responsibility, social responsibility. Value-based

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morals

beliefs, principles and values of what is right or wrong. culture based culture driven, time dependent

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medical ethics

principle governing medical conduct. SRT standars of conduct. significant within a profession but not enforceble by law

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medical law

social rules for conduct, violations may creat criminal and civil liability

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beneficence

doing the best for the patient

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nonmaleficience

do no hard to patient

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justice

fair and equal treatment to every patient

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confidentiality

privacy between patient and DOC

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autonomy

they have right to govern their own care

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Confidentiality agreement stuff

written auth to release info, HIAA 1996 safeguards for patient, they have right to review and obtain a copy of heatlh records, no use of information with patient consent

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PHI (protected health inforation)

anything you learned about patient protected, anything that identifies the individual
all health care providers do this

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PHI auth is not needed for:

patient seeking his/er own PHI, disclosure to DHHS, usage or disclosure required by laws other than HIPAA such OSHA reporting, communicable diseases, vital stats, etc,
victims of domestic violence, fhipld or elder abuse
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autonomy and patient bill of rights

patient make their own decisions about healthcare
patients rights can be exercised oh their behalf by a designated surrogate or proxy