intentional torts that could bring financial liability to healthcareorganizations and individuals. 3.10 Identify principles of agencylaw that impactresponsibility and accountability in healthcareorganizations. 3.11 Describe standards of care and potential liability for healthcare...
responsibility in the media
Health news reporting: the tangible impacts of irresponsible reporting
In seeking to clarify what it means for the press to be socially responsible and in the interest of improving the media’s service toward society, studies have underlined the profound...
World HealthOrganization, New York. SDC (Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation). 2006b. Human Rights and Development: Learning from Experiences. Bern: SDC. ———. 2008a. “Rule of Law, Justice Sector Reforms, and Development Cooperation.” SDC Concept Paper, SDC, Bern. Sida (Swedish...
or justification for their actions. Therefore, the concept of accountability involves two distinct stages: answerability and enforcement. Answerability refers to the obligation of the government, its agencies and public officials to provide information about their decisions and actions and to...
Box 4.3. Decision space in healthcare How much devolution has there been in healthcare and what have the impacts been? One recent study went beyond the word written in the law, and sought to understand how things are working on the ground. Using a “decision space” approach, the authors used...
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CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY- VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE OR LEGAL ENFORCEMENT
Corporate social responsibility is not a new concept in India. However, what is new is the shift in focus from making profits to meeting societal challenges. The...
Money value of significant fines and number of non-monetary sanctions for violations of the laws and regulations that carried.
Aspect: Customer Health and Safety
Life cycle stages in which impact of products and services relating to health and...
protection to refugees and the people of concerns. Apart from their other extra responsibilities, UNHCR’s ultimate goal is to achieve in providing and sustaining the durable solutions, long term commitment protection instruments.
What are the Durable Solutions
As we may know that UNHCR's main...
to try and save money
Plant was not well maintained
Int’l Automic Energy Agency coined the term of “safety culture”
Rippling effect of damages
Can impacthealth and safety
Smaller numbers of product demands impact how quickly products are made
execution of social responsibilities. The result shows that the twoorganizations both have embraced the concept of social accounting.
Corning incorporated is a big multinational which has long history of practicing social responsibility, and it has enough experiences to evaluate what kinds of actions...
Corporations rely on the contribution of a much wider set of stakeholders than just shareholders, and hence have a duty to take into account the interests and goals of these stakeholders as well as those of shareholders.
2. What is the nature of these social responsibilities?
: - International Labour Organization (ILO) - Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) - The Global Compact (GC), United Nations - IFC-Equator Principles - European Commission (EC) The main topics referenced in the guidelines issued by these agencies are: - Transparency...
2. What are the principles of corporate governance?
v. Separation of power
3. How corporate governance can be effectively implemented in the public sector
a) Effective monitoring of public resources by the...
this chapter regarding decentralization are: what powers are decentralized and to whom are these powers decentralized? Following on from these two questions, the focus here is to map the structures and responsibilities of decentralized healthcare systems in Europe. It should be noted that this...
responsibility. The Guidelines do not define the specific penalties for a lack of accountability, keeping true to the nature of Guidelines; that is left to each Member State. In addition, the OECD Privacy Guidelines include what could be called a ninth principle, although it is not referred to as such...
obligation of an entity that extends beyond criminal or contract law; it includes the legal obligation to make restitution.
Restitution- to compensate for wrongs committed.
Due care – standards that are met when an organization male sure that every employee knows what is acceptable or unacceptable...
comprehensive approach to research integrity encompasses values, principles, procedures, roles and responsibilities, accountability, and governance. The Panel gathered and analyzed evidence from the available literature, both national and international, including published studies and reports...
Behaving ethically is not quite the same thing as behaving lawfully. Ethics are about what is right and what is wrong. Law is about what is lawful and what is unlawful.
An ethical decision is one that is both legal and meets the shared...
Responsibility: An Implementation Guide for Business
What is the relationship between CSR and the law?
There is a close relationship between CSR and the law. The main instrument governments use to address a firm’s social, environmental and economic impacts is the law. Many countries have a...
, and political issues that are raised by information systems. |
|Identify the main moral dimensions of an information society and specific principles for conduct that can be used to guide ethical decisions. |
|Evaluate the impact of contemporary information...