The Essential Guide to Interprofessional Ethics in Healthcare Case Management

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The Essential Guide to Interprofessional Ethics in Healthcare Case Management

Ellen Fink-Samnick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP

Gain the ethical skills necessary to respond to workplace bullying, treatment adherence, practice across state lines, and other ethical dilemmas.

Case managers are frequently confronted with ethical dilemmas and tricky situations. Failure to grasp ethics in healthcare case management can negatively impact quality of care, organizational costs, and even a case manager’s career. In addition, poor ethical practice can harm an entire organization through financial repercussions, safety concerns, and damage to staff or facility reputation. Understanding and keeping current with ethical, legal, and practice standards is vital for case managers.

The Essential Guide to Interprofessional Ethics in Healthcare Case Management will help case managers navigate the ethical conundrums they face as they interact with one another, the healthcare team, and patients and families. Rather than providing a broad-strokes overview of ethics, author Ellen Fink-Samnick takes a focused approach and considers specific scenarios unique to healthcare and case management. The book covers industry disruptors, including technology and social media; workplace bullying; licensure across state lines; patient care considerations, such as end-of-life care, LGBT patients, and traumatic brain injury; and the impact of ethics on models of care, such as value-based care and population health.


Published: February 2019

Dimensions: 8.5” X 11”
Page count: 232
ISBN: 978-1-68308-842-4

Table of Contents

Preface

Part One: Interprofessional Practice Ethics 

I.    Grounding ethical excellence
II.   Understanding ethics resources of accountability for healthcare case management  
III.  Exploring the value proposition of ethical case management practices

Part Two: Healthcare Industry Disruptors to Ethical Practice

I.    Care considerations to challenge ethical excellence
II.   Workplace bullying
III.  Health information, digital technology, and innovation
IV.  Interstate practice
V.   Emerging models of care delivery and reimbursement

Part Three: Models of Ethical Analysis 

I.    The models:

A. Four Quadrant Model
B. Ethical Rules Screen
C. Critical thinking for case managers
D. E-ACTS

II.   Direct application

Epilogue

About the Author

Ellen Fink-Samnick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP, principal of EFS Supervision Strategies, LLC, empowers healthcare's transdisciplinary workforce through professional speaking, mentoring, and consultation. She has been an award-winning case management advocate for over 30 years.

Fink-Samnick has contributed to the industry's top educational resources for professional case managers and social workers, including books, chapters, and educational modules on ethical practice, ethical use of case management technology, competency-based case management practice models, workplace bullying and violence, collaborative care, Wholistic Case Management^®^, and the social determinants of health.