This virtual via Zoom two-day course is designed for clinicians who would like to improve their ethical knowledge and practices. Participants will learn best practices that will ensure that their ethical knowledge and behaviors meet applicable standards, laws, and regulations. This course covers topics such as boundary violations behaviors, consequences, risk factors, triggers, and prevention; unprofessional comments, attempting care beyond the level of competence, informal experimentation, gatekeeper roles, improper disclosure of confidential patient information, excessive patient load, properly terminating care of a patient, supervision, delegation of responsibilities, unlicensed practice, life-sustaining measures, miscoding, over-billing, Medicare fraud, over-reaching, defensiveness, dishonesty, medical staff ethics, pharmaceutical and device manufacturer interactions, solicitation of patients, physical and mental impairment of the clinician, temporary impairments, substance use disorder in clinicians, prescribing for self, family or friends, and identifying & minimizing clinician bias. These skills will help improve medical care and help ensure that participants’ practice conforms to ethical requirements. This intensive two day long course with enduring materials fills a huge gap in clinician training, and is critical for clinicians who have been found deficient in their ethical behaviors by hospitals, medical groups, or regulatory agencies.
12 participants limit.
23 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum
September 25-26, 2021