Describe the theories that could support a lawsuit under these circumstances: A surgeon performs elective surgery on a patient. The patient later complains to the surgeon about the pains resulting from the surgery. The surgeon dismisses his complaints an not

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  1. Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Information

    Describe the theories that could support a lawsuit under these circumstances: A surgeon performs elective surgery on a patient. The patient later complains to the surgeon about the pains resulting from the surgery. The surgeon dismisses his complaints an not credible and ...
  2. Health information

    A surgeon performs elective surgery on Patrick John Smith. Smith later complains to his surgeon about pain resulting from the surgery. His surgeon dismisses his complaints as not credible and eventually withdraws from the case. Smith is then treated by another surgeon, who ...
  3. Law and ethics

    A surgeon performs elective surgery on John Smith. Smith later complains to his surgeon about pain resulting from the surgery. His surgeon dismisses his complaints as not credible and eventually withdraws from the case. Smith is then treated by another surgeon, who determines ...
  4. health and legal

    A surgeon performs elective surgery on Patrick John Smith. Smith later complains to his surgeon about pain resulting from the surgery. His surgeon dismisses his complaints as not credible and eventually withdraws from the case. Smith is then treated by another surgeon, who ...
  5. english

    which sentence contains a verb in the simple past tense? a.the patient complained of pain in the knee. b.the patient had complained of pain in the knee. c.the patient complains of pain in the knee. d.the patient will complain about pain after surgery
  6. English

    1. A surgeon made a cut in the patient's stomach. 2. A surgeon cut in the patient's stomach. (Are both the same in meaning?) 3. David took off the poster and cleaned the wall. 4. David took away the poster and cleaned the wall. 5. David took the poster and cleaned the wall. (...
  7. Grammar

    Select the correctly punctuated sentence. 1.A) Dr. Jones is an excellent surgeon but does not have a good bedside manner. B) Dr. Jones is an excellent surgeon, but does not have a good bedside manner. C) Dr. Jones, is an excellent surgeon, but does not have a good bedside ...
  8. Allied Health

    According to the AMA, what is the key reason behind a physician's duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Consititution requires a physician's confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in disclosing information to a physician. C.If a patient reveals ...
  9. English

    1.I'm worried about my looks. I want to become more handsome. What should I do? - Why don¡¯t use organic cosmetics on your face? - Why don¡¯t put organic cosmetics on your face? - Why don¡¯t you wash your face more often? - Why don¡¯t you have double eyelid surgery? - ...
  10. health

    According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician’s duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Constitution requires a physician’s confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in disclosing information to the physician. C. If a physician ...
  11. College Algebra II

    A patient’s cost for a hospital stay is determined as follows: Admission = $50 Room charge: first night: $1000 nights 2-4: $1500 per night night 5 and beyond: $2000 per night Surgery: $8500 per surgeon, plus $3000 for an anesthesiologist (a) What would be the cost of a three...
  12. English

    The surgeon---------------------operated on the patient has a great reputation. Which of the following options correctly completes the sentence above? a) whom b) that c) who d) which
  13. Health

    I Feel its B. Or D. Trcky question According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician’s duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Constitution requires a physician’s confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in disclosing information to ...
  14. Math Literacy

    I really don't know how to begin to approach this problem. A 6-year-old patient underwent an outpatient tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy The surgeon ordered 1,000 cc D5W, dispensed at a rate of 600 cc every 8 hours, to maintain hydration levels. A pharmacist calculated the ...
  15. Health

    A patient's attorney asks her physician for medical records about the patient's care accident and promises to provide a written authorization from the patient later. The physician gives the attorney the patient's entire file, including her records about treatment for HIV. ...
  16. accounting

    Under which circumstance would the doctor not adjust or cancel a fee for services? A. The patient died and the family has complained about the effect of the treatment. B. The patient is unemployed and homeless. C. The patient has reached the lifetime cap of his or her ...
  17. Math medication problems

    I really don't know how to begin to approach this problem. A 6-year-old patient underwent an outpatient tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy The surgeon ordered 1,000 cc D5W, dispensed at a rate of 600 cc every 8 hours, to maintain hydration levels. A pharmacist calculated the ...
  18. English

    Hello everyone! Can you write me some ideas about: "Being a surgeon is a stressfull job." i coulkd really use some help and also ideas about solve tis problem=stress. So what could eg a surgeon do to be /more relaxed? thank you!
  19. english essay

    Hello everyone! Can you write me some ideas about: "Being a surgeon is a stressfull job." i coulkd really use some help and also ideas about solve tis problem=stress. So what could eg a surgeon do to be /more relaxed? thank you!
  20. medical coding

    dr. hannah tells a patient about the surgery needed to treat cholecysistis. she gives the patient a paper that decribes the produre, its risks and why it will be preformed and asks the patient to sign the paper if he agress to the procedure, this document is called a ...
  21. HCA 230

    A middle-aged patient has awoken from surgery. He begins screaming for someone to talk to him about his condition. Earlier in the day, he was told by his doctor that his surgery revealed intestinal cancer. No one has been in to see him since that conversation. The patient ...
  22. Grammar

    Are these sentence's correctly punctuated? The motor vehicle accident, however, was not the patient's fault. Dr. Jones is an excellent surgeon, but does not have a good bedside manner. She was tried on various antibiotics, and an infectious disease specialist was called in to ...
  23. health

    What is an example of a patient in crisis? A. A patient who is happily married B. A patient who recently earned a promotion at work C. A patient who recently lost his or her job D. A patient who started a new exercise regimen c?
  24. leadership

    Scenario: you have a patient that has a diverticular perforation and acute abdomen. At this point, her physician decides to send her to the OR. The unit clerk is aware of the plan, but the patient's nurse is not. The patient is transported to the OR. Moments later, the OR ...
  25. english

    Which type of faulty logic appears in this sentence? Dr. Bishop has never performed a surgery before, so he must not be equipped to be a good surgeon.
  26. Medical coding and Billing

    Which of the following might constitute breach of patient-doctor confidentiality? A. Medical assistant phones patient to convey test results B. Medical assistant looks at patient’s medical records C. Receptionist with no medical training makes appointment for patient D. ...
  27. Physics

    Hospital patient. A 90.0 kg patient is suspended in a raised hospital bed as shown in the figure. The wire is attached to a brace on the patient's neck and pulls parallel to the bed, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the patient and the bed are 0.500 ...
  28. medical terminology

    dr hammer has scheduled a patient for chemotherapy. the patient had a mastectomy on june 1, 2000. Chemotherapy used after surgery is referred to as A) adjuvant, B) hormone, C) biologic, D) simulation
  29. Anatomy

    Explain why a surgeon would use subq sutures duing abdominal surgery, but not during an open reduction and internal fixation of a fractured radius
  30. health care law

    who, if anyone, is at fault when a 21 year old injuries his finger and request that an orthopedic doctor perform the surgery. After a second surgery, circulation could not be restored and the finger had to be amputated. After the amputation, the patient had a higher percent of...
  31. ECONOMICS

    1)A plastic surgeon thinks she can make more revenue by lowering the price of cosmetic surgery. She lowers her hourly rate from $600 to $550. If cosmetic surgery is an elastic service, is she correct in her assumption? A)Yes B)No 2)How would the elasticity of supply relate to ...
  32. ENGLISH

    Love is a surgeon Love can cut into your flesh like a scalpel Love can operate upon your heart Love can circumcise you Perhaps you don't believe it But i know. Love operates Upon your skin, your hair, your gait For Love there is no remedy Except the surgeon's scalpel. -Gunnar ...
  33. Allied Health

    A man sued his surgeon for malpractice. although the surgeon was found guilty, the man was awarded only $25 because he didn't suffer any actual damages. This case is an example of actual, punitive, nominal or compensatory damages. I chose "nominal"
  34. Health

    What type of questions should a patient ask a doctor before getting cosmetic surgery? A. How many years has the doctor performed the surgery B. Who administers the anesthesia C. In which state is the doctor licensed to practice surgery? D. All of the above D?
  35. english

    Sentences with the same meaning. The beginnig is set. b) I wish you'd told me about the cheap flights to Italy. - If only you told me about the cheap flights to Italy c) Thanks to the skill of the surgeon, the child survived. - If it hadn't been a good skilled surgeon, the ...
  36. Grammar

    Specify if sentences are complete, fragments or run-on: 1) The surgical team recommended that surgery be performed as soon as possible, the patient, however, wanted more time to think about it. SENTENCE FRAGMENT 2) Postoperative plan is for the patient to mobilize as tolerated...
  37. Medical Coding

    What are the CPT and ICD codes for this case? Gladys Swain slipped from a sidewalk curb and twisted her right ankle. Because of the severe pain she was suffering and the inability to bear weight on the foot, she sought treatment at her neighborhood hospital emergency ...
  38. GRAMMAR

    Dear MS. Writeacher - Thank You 1.(4). Since the previous scan, the patient has undergone surgery leaving a distorted and small right hemithorax. I put the comma here because you could start a new sentence with The Patient ..... 2.(5). The remainder of the visualized aspects ...
  39. medical coding and billing

    Dr. Jones is sued for malpractice. When called to give testimony at trial, he will A. be barred from revealing medical information about the patient. B. be allowed to testify about the patient’s care. C. not be permitted to take the witness stand. D. be allowed to testify, ...
  40. English

    Introducing cosmetic surgery to vulnerable adults and teenagers is cruel at best and without a doubt immoral. Beauty should not be taken so seriously that it effaces personality. Unfortunately, we are living in a world that is image obsessed and the kind of procedures you ...
  41. HCA 220

    You are an allied health professional working with an endocrinologist. You have been working with the patient and need to update the doctor on the reason for the patient’s visit. Begin describing the patient’s concerns. Your classmates can continue with this discussion or ...
  42. writing

    Write about what happens during a doctor¡¯s or dentist¡¯s visit. Describe what patients do when they arrive at the office. Give information about what the nurse or dental assistant does before the doctor or dentist sees the patient. Tell about what the doctor or dentist ...
  43. economics

    Dr. Leona Williams, a well-known plastic surgeon, has a reputation for being one of the best surgeons for reconstructuve nose surgery. Dr. williams enjoys a rather substantial degree of markt power in this market
  44. HCA 220

    o Scenario 2: You are an allied health professional working with an orthopedist. You have been working with the patient and need to update the doctor on the reason for the patient’s visit. Begin describing the patient’s concerns. Your classmates may continue with this ...
  45. Law and Ehtics in Medicine

    Please cheeck my answer thanks :) Dr. Smith is sued for malpractice. When called to give testimony at trial, he will be allowed to testify about the patient's care. I think that's True The other choices were... be barred for revealing medical information about the patient's ...
  46. HCA/220

    ◦Scenario 2: You are an allied health professional working with an orthopedist. You have been working with the patient and need to update the doctor on the reason for the patient’s visit. Begin describing the patient’s concerns. Your classmates may continue with this...
  47. health

    What type of questions should a patient ask a doctor before getting cosmetic surgery? A. How many years has the doctor performed the surgery B. Who administers the anesthesia C. In which state is the doctor licensed to practice surgery? D. All of the above i think its D but i ...
  48. Science

    1. Suppose a patient comes in to see a physician. This patient lacks the ability to keep warm and needs to wear heavy clothing even during mild temperatures. Which system of this patient’s body should the physician be concerned about? A. integumentary B. Skeletal C. ...
  49. law

    Case Discussion A patient has filed a $3 million medical malpractice lawsuit against St. Patrick Hospital. In light of the patient’s litigious background and the facts of the case, hospital administration is adamant that it is not liable. It has instructed its legal counsel ...
  50. ENGLISH

    hy! Can somebody be so kind and correct my essay on " Being a surgeon is very stressful" I would really appreciate it, because my english is not perfect and I think I made some mistakes :) According to my opinion being a surgeon is one of the most stressful jobs in the whole ...
  51. Ruwaydah

    This is my hw, however i do not know to put these quotations in my sentences can someone help me? and please do not copy this!I repeat I have recently read Liane Beam Wansbrough’s article on the topic of cosmetic plastic surgery, and I am writing to express my viewpoint and ...
  52. English

    A nurse attended (a)...... her work place in time.(b)....... all her sincerity she was attending (c)....... the patient but she knew that her effort (d)........ keeping the patient alive might end (e)........ smoke.The doctors of board were shocked (f)...... the pitiable ...
  53. medical coding

    Gladys Swain slipped from a sidewalk curb and twisted her right ankle. Because of the severe pain she was suffering and the inability to bear weight on the foot, she sought treatment at her neighborhood hospital emergency department. The treating physicians were fairly ...
  54. health

    Although hospital inpatient records have traditionally served as the documentation source and business record for patient care information. a.all patient records contain similar content and format features. b.alternate care facility records serve as the best documentation ...
  55. Math

    1.)When testing a patient’s eyes for focusing ability, one doctor uses these three cards. Card 1 is placed 3.0 m from the patient. The other two cards are placed so that the letter E on them will appear to be the same size to the patient as the E on Card 1. a.)Measure the ...
  56. 210

    describe two approaches or indicators to measuring patient outcomes.. Measuring the quality of care is essential to being able to identify which areas of patient care need improvement. A positive patient outcome is one measure of quality. What role do health care workers play ...
  57. physics

    A 71.0 kg patient is suspended in a raised hospital bed as shown in the figure. The wire is attached to a brace on the patient's neck and pulls parallel to the bed, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the patient and the bed are 0.500 and 0.800, ...
  58. Allied health

    When should a patient be advised of the existence of computerized databases containing medical information about the patient?
  59. Confidentiality: computors

    When should a patient be advised of the existence of computerized databases containing medical information about the patient?
  60. HEALTH

    One of the earliest means of HIT automation was the administrative functions of patient billing and patient registration, and later attempts included automated lab results, CPOE, and CDS. True False FALSE?
  61. Calc

    A patient receives a 3 ml dose of medicine. The amount, y, of medicine in the body decreases at a rate of 15% per hour (dy/dt=-.15y). When the medicine in the patient is down to 1 ml, the nurse administers a second 3 ml dose and plans to give the patient a third dose when the ...
  62. HCA 240

    I need help with this assignment about HIV/AIDS: An Overview its due sunday. I have to compose a 1,300 to 1,450 word paper in APA format. I have to explain the difference between HIV and AIDS, Descride various ways HIV can be transmitted, Identify and discuss what has changed ...
  63. physics

    A patient has a far point of 29.2 cm and a near point of 24.2 cm. What power (in diopters) should be prescribed to correct the patient's vision using: (b) glasses which are worn 0.5 cm away from the patient's eyes?
  64. Medical coding

    Please indicate all ICD-9 diagnosis and procedure codes for the coding scenarios. In addition, assign the POA indicator for each diagnosis code. 1). A patient is admitted with IDDM, out of control. The patient is administered insulin in an attempt to regulate the blood sugar. ...
  65. Physics

    A patient has a far point of 34.6 cm and a near point of 26.0 cm. What power (in diopters) should be prescribed to give the patient normal vision for: (a) contact lenses? 1) D (b) glasses which are worn 0.9 cm away from the patient's eyes? 2) D
  66. Pysichal Therapy Aide

    A PTA CAN ASK A SW TO HELP WITH ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT: A. TO ASSES THE PATIENT'S HOME ENVIRONMENT AND INSTRUCT THE PATIENT AT DISCHARGE FROM THE HOSPITAL B. TO ARRANGE FOR HOME HEALTH SERVICES AT THE PATIENT DISCHARGED FROM THE HOSPITAL C. TO ARRANGE FOR MEALS-ON-WHEELS ...
  67. Pathology 2

    Examine the Edward Newman Health Record to identify the patient's diagnosis(es) and course of treatment. Identify three medications received by the patient. Be sure to print out the documents so you can study them carefully. For each medication, research and report the ...
  68. Medical Coding

    A physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hospital. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was returned to the procedure...
  69. chemistry

    The hydornium ion concentration in blood of three different patiens was: Patient [H30+] A 5.0 X 10^-8 B 3.1 X 10^-8 C 3.2 X 10^-8 What is the pH of each patient's blood? If the normal range is 7.30-7.50, which, if any, of these patient's have an abnormal blood pH?
  70. Health

    What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would otherwise permit restrictions. C. The doctor ...
  71. health

    What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would otherwise permit restrictions. C. The doctor ...
  72. english

    Is this sentence correct? Taking care of this patient will be more exhausted than other patients because I have to provide intensive cares, such as giving a bed bath and turning the patient, and more attention to the patient’s safety
  73. Allied Health

    What is a doctor’s responsibility if a patient requests restrictions on the use of his or her PHI? A. The doctor must comply with the patient’s wishes. B. The doctor need not comply with the patient’s wishes if HIPAA would otherwise permit restrictions. C. The doctor ...
  74. ENGLISH

    Love is a surgeon. Love can cut into your flesh like a scalpel Love can operate upon your heart Love can circumcise you Perhaps you don't believe it But i know. Love operates Upon your skin, your hair, your gait For Love there is no remedy Except the surgeon's scalpel. -Gunnar...
  75. Intro to health care mgmt

    Select one of the following as your department/issue. • Surgery Unit: The surgery unit is consistently starting surgery late, which is causing delays in all subsequent procedures. • Environmental Services: It is taking an excessive amount of time to prepare an inpatient ...
  76. Medical Staff Service

    i need help on someone one showing me how to set up a proctorship form. for example i need to prepare a form showing how the proctorship process is completed for a surgeon who recently obtained staff privileges instead of doing the surgeon show me a example with the midwife ...
  77. hca

    You are an allied health professional talking with a supervisor about a particular patient. Begin describing the patient’s concerns and affected areas using medical language
  78. physics

    A therapist is helping a patient with stretching exercises. She pushes on the patient’s foot with an average force of 200 N. The patient resists the force and moves the foot 20 cm toward the therapist. How much work did the therapist do on the patient’s foot during this ...
  79. Statistics

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocker patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a)at the 5% level of significance, soes this sample ...
  80. grammar

    Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. a. Patient has had no loss of consciousness, has no headache, and there is no pain in neck. b. Patient has had no loss of consciousness, has no headache, and has no pain in neck. c. Patient has had no loss of ...
  81. Biology

    Physicians often want to know the glucose and lipid levels in a patient's blood and whether proteins are present in a patient's urine. What might this information show about an individuals health?
  82. PHYSICS

    To monitor the breathing of a hospital patient, a thin belt is girded around the patient's chest. The belt is a 200-turn coil. When the patient inhales, the area encircled by the coil increases by 45.0 cm2. The magnitude of the Earth's magnetic field is 50.0 μT and makes ...
  83. English

    A nurse attended (a)...... her work place in time.(b)....... all her sincerity she was attending (c)....... the patient but she knew that her effort (d)........ keeping the patient alive might end (e)........ smoke.The doctors of board were shocked (f)...... the pitiable ...
  84. pharmacology

    The doctor orders 5 mg/kg medication to be given to a patient who weighs 121 lbs. On hand, we have 0.1 g/ml. How many mg will the patient receive in her dose? How many ml will the patient receive to get the ordered dose?
  85. MEDICAL TRANSCRIPIST

    patient complains of a fast heart rate. Which diagnosis does this statement indicate?
  86. stats

    you have torn a tendon and are facing surgery to repair it. the surgeon explains the risk to you: infection occurs 3% of such operations, the repair fails in 14%, and both infection and failure occur together in 1%. what percent of these operations succeed and are free from ...
  87. medical insurance

    the patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. the physician's fee is 75$. the patient copayment is 20$, and the patient is not required to pay any additional amount to provider. the payer reimburses the ...
  88. physics!!!

    To monitor the breathing of a hospital patient, a thin belt is girded around the patient's chest . The belt is a 215-turn coil. When the patient inhales, the area encircled by the coil increases by 41.0 cm2. The magnitude of Earth's magnetic field is 50.0 µT and makes an ...
  89. smoking

    when did the surgeon general issue the first report indictating that secondhand smoke is dangerous to nonsmokers http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/history/biokoop.htm See if this helps any. I see the date of 1964 as the beginning of the Public Health Service warning ...
  90. Coding

    Patient presents to the ER with severe nosebleeds for the past week. Blood work is performed revealing acute blood loss anemia. The ER doctor performs a limited, bilateral packing of the anterior nasal cavity. Patient's anemia will be following by her primary care physician. I...
  91. medical records

    when should a patient be advised of the existence of computerized databases containing medical information about the patient?
  92. medical confidentiality

    when should the patient be advised of the existence of computerized databases containing medical information about the patient?
  93. ICD-10 coding

    A patient with known carcinoma of the pancreatic head is admitted with a Hgb of 9.1. She has been receiving Docetaxel chemotherapy and the physician diagnosed this new anemia as an adverse effect of the chemoterapy. The patient is treated with darbepoetin alpha and IV iron. ...
  94. physics

    A patient is going to be prescribed bifocals which will be 2.50 cm from the eye. The prescribed powers (in diopters) for the bifocals are +1.60 and -0.40, and these bifocals give the patient normal vision. (a) Without the bifocals, what is the patient's near point? cm (b) ...
  95. Punctuation Sentence

    Select the correct sentence. 1. Dr. Jones is an excellent surgeon but does not have a good bedside manner. 2. Dr. Jones is an excellent surgeon, but does not have a good bedside manner. 3. Dr. Jones, is an excellent surgeon, but does not have a good bedside manner. Is #2 correct?
  96. Medical Billing & Coding

    You've started your first day at Venture Outpatient Surgery Center. Code the Following operative report: Operative Report PREOPERATION DIAGNOSIS: Left flank soft tissue mass POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left flank soft tissue mass SURGEON: John Doe, DO OPERATIONS: Excision of left...
  97. math

    1. The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician’s fee is $75. The patient’s copayment is $20. The patient’s insurance plan covers 80% of the fee schedule amount of $60. No deductible is ...
  98. Medical Billing & Coding

    A physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hosptial. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was returned to the procedure...
  99. Statistics

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocket patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a) At the 5 percent level of significance, does this ...
  100. Stats

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocket patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a) At the 5 percent level of significance, does this ...
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