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Essay heading: Licensing Requirements and Accreditation Affecting Long-Term Care
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The new administrator now has the responsibility upon employment to continue to work with ethical, and sound judgment to ensure the safety of individuals under his or her care. When a governing body, such as the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), questions safety or sanitation of a facility potential loss of license of the facility or the NHA could result (Agency for Health Care Administration, 2004b)...
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Unprofessional conduct involves behavior that fails to meet the ethical standards of the profession. Examples that could affect the license of the individual include inappropriate use of drugs or alcohol or crimes that may include Medicare/Medicaid fraud, rape, murder, or larceny. Skilled Facility Licensure for a facility is regulated by the same agency that monitors the care in such facilities...
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The Working, Single Mother Primary Care Vs. Secondary Care   Organization Can Be A Stressful Place In Which To Work, Thus Stress Management Is Becoming An Important Issue At Work. It Can Be Argued That The Responsibility For Stress Management Lies With Both The Organization And The Individuals Who Are, Or C...   hospital care vs nursing home care   Current Employment Trends In Health Care   Long Term Care   The History of Long-Term Care   A comparison of Canada's Health care system to Japan's Health care System by using performance indicators.   discuss how care in the community, may enhance care given to a client group within the community   Financing Long-Term Care in Nursing Facilities   hmos takes the 'care' out of health care   Licensing Requirements and Accreditation Affecting Long-Term Care   Licensing and Accreditation Requirements   Long Term Care Ltc   ethical issues in advanced patient care   Ethical Issues Facing Health Care  
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