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An ethics Upgrade By Ben Fehsenfeld HCM381 Spring 2000 The resurgence of ethics has been a striking phenomenon in the past decade Although ethics has always had a role in the healthcare field only in recent years has it become a subject of intense interest and controversy In addition to others this interest has affected a variety of other fields as well in particular philosophy religion social sciences and law Ethics are more than just high quality morals Using ethical knowledge attitude skills and habits require intellect and finesse to properly apply them in the professional organizational life Reasons for increased societal focus on ethics in organizations are many Insider trading on Wall Street defense contract scandals involving private and public sectors rental car repair overcharges and resignation of over 100 Reagan administration officials have helped to keep ethical issues in the public eye What I want to do in this presentation to give you all some valuable information to stimulate your own ethical aspects that you may already have and to upgrade your present ethical intentions The problem that I would like to focus on here is the current ethical dimension that seems to be present in most of the professional organizations It seems to me that there are those health care managers that do not even want to think ethically or that they just have a greedy streak that runs through them Alternatively there are those that just have a low ethical intensity To me this reminds me of an issue-contingency matter where there is simply a lack of information on ethical aspects being flowed in their direction On the other hand they are simply ignoring as if wearing blinders the high standards that they now need to implement
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