Scenario:University Hospital has a very busy obstetrical unit, with dozens of nurses, secretaries, technicians, dietary staff, surgeons, midwives, and others traveling the halls at any time. Employees must wear picture badges.
Security has just informed you that a newborn was abducted. An
individual posing as an employee in scrubs came into the mother's
room and informed her she needed to take the infant for an exam by
the physician. Since the "employee" appeared legitimate, the mother
complied. A few hours later when the mother inquired about her
child, the staff knew nothing about physician tests. Security was
immediately informed, the police called and the hospital is in
DQ1:Describe a plan with at least 5 main points to prevent this abduction from happening in the future. Then identify a list of at least 5 individuals or roles that would need to be trained on this plan. Finally, suggest at least one limitation of the plan and how to ensure that risk is diminished
Scenario:Your facility just announced (without
risk management's knowledge) that they just partnered with The
University, an out of state teaching medical center. This center
evaluates stroke patients remotely through telemedicine technology
by specialists at The University. Yesterday the camera and audio
link failed, and the patient had a massive stroke and now has a
poor prognosis. The family is threatening to sue.
DQ2:Research the law as it applies to Telemedicine in your State. Briefly describe. Then suggest at least two special risks and two benefits associated with Telemedicine. As a risk manager, suggest at least 2 ways to mitigate the risk associated with Telemedicine.
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