Summary: The reporting of observed or suspected PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT or incompetence to appropriate authorities or to the public.
Publications186 found, 100 shown here
- Whistle-blowing as a form of advocacy: guidelines for the practitioner and organizationAnnette D Greene
Metropolitan One Church, One Child of Texas, Inc, Houston, USA
Soc Work 49:219-30. 2004....
- Whistleblower charges medical oversight bureau with corruptionJeanne Lenzer
BMJ 329:69. 2004
- Objective observers? Fraud cases debunk belief that whistle-blowers are insidersMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 36:17. 2006
- Out in the open. Long-secret whistleblower suit could harm Premera's attempt to go for-profitLaura B Benko
Mod Healthc 33:18. 2003
- Teaching engineering ethics using role-playing in a culturally diverse student groupRobert H Prince
York University, Dept of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Toronto, Canada M3J 1P3
Sci Eng Ethics 12:321-6. 2006..The method is now being adopted in a short course format to assist the professional integration of foreign trained engineers...
- Tragedy into policy: a quantitative study of nurses' attitudes toward patient advocacy activitiesLisa M Black
Orvis School of Nursing, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA
Am J Nurs 111:26-35; quiz 36-7. 2011..This article presents the study findings and reviews how one public health tragedy led to the creation of effective health care policy...
- Do the ends justify the means? Nursing and the dilemma of whistleblowingAngela Firtko
School of Nursing, Family and Community Health, College of Social and Health Sciences, University of Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Aust J Adv Nurs 23:51-6. 2005Patient advocacy and a desire to rectify misconduct in the clinical setting are frequently cited reasons for whistleblowing in nursing and healthcare.
- Practical virtue ethics: healthcare whistleblowing and portable digital technologyS Bolsin
Division of Preoperative Medicine, The Geelong Hospital, Victoria, Australia
J Med Ethics 31:612-8. 2005..Yet, little extant virtue ethics scholarship seriously considers the theoretical foundations of healthcare whistleblowing. The authors examine whether healthcare whistleblowing should be considered central to any medical ethics ..
- Understanding whistleblowing: qualitative insights from nurse whistleblowersDebra Jackson
School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health and Science, University of Western Sydney, Penrith South DC, New South Wales, Australia
J Adv Nurs 66:2194-201. 2010..This paper is a report of a study conducted to explore the reasons behind the decision to blow the whistle and provide insights into nurses' experiences of being whistleblowers...
- Whistleblower-initiated enforcement actions against health care fraud and abuse in the United States, 1996 to 2005Aaron S Kesselheim
Brigham and Women s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Ann Intern Med 149:342-9. 2008..6 billion (39%) of total recoveries. This study illuminates the scope and characteristics of qui tam fraud litigation and the whistleblowers who animate this important tool for addressing waste in the health care sector...
- Three Australian whistleblowing sagas: lessons for internal and external regulationThomas A Faunce
Medical School, Australian National University, Acton, Canberra, ACT 0200
Med J Aust 181:44-7. 2004..Portable digital technology, if adequately funded and institutionally supported, may help to transform the conscience-based activity of whistleblowing into a culture of self-reporting, linked to personal and professional development.
- Can instruction in engineering ethics change students' feelings about professional responsibility?Golnaz Hashemian
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Coordinated Science Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana Champaign, IL, USA
Sci Eng Ethics 16:201-15. 2010..It appears that instruction in ethics can increase awareness of responsibility, knowledge about how to handle a difficult situation, and confidence in taking action...
- Whistleblower removed from job for talking to the pressJeanne Lenzer
BMJ 328:1153. 2004
- Ten myths about the Stark statute debunkedAlice G Gosfield
Alice G Gosfield and Associates, PC, 2309 Delancey Place, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA
J Med Pract Manage 19:200-3. 2004..Many people are confused about how to apply the exceptions and what the Stark statute means. This article identifies 10 of the most common myths about Stark and explains and corrects the misconceptions...
- HSJ people. Cast adriftJulie Fagan
Health Serv J 114:38. 2004
- Ethical and legal considerations in a case of research fraudSigrid I Kvaal
Faculty of Dentistry, Institute of Clinical Dentistry, University of Oslo, Norway
J Am Coll Dent 75:29-35. 2008..These reflections have been fruitful for the community, although it will not, nor can it, prevent fraud in the future...
- Supporting whistleblowers in academic medicine: training and respecting the courage of professional conscienceT Faunce
Medical School and Law Faculty, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
J Med Ethics 30:40-3. 2004..The ability to rapidly change the ethical and professional culture of graduate medical trainees may help to deal with some of the perceived problems of declining ethical standards in academic medicine...
- Whistleblowing in academic medicineR Rhodes
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, CUNY, One Gustave L Levy Place, New York, NY 10029, USA
J Med Ethics 30:35-9. 2004..The authors explain how such a correction could encourage appropriate reactions to scientific misconduct from academic medicine...
- Health care fraud: recent developments and timeless adviceRobert S Bennett
Bennett Law Firm, PC, 515 Louisiana 200, Houston, TX 77002, USA
Tex Med 99:50-6. 2003..Finally, the article provides practical advice about the investigate process and what every prudent physician should do if under investigation...
- Fixing past mistakes. Answers to questions about reviews, refunds, disclosuresT Jeffrey Fitzgerald
Faegre and Benson, LLP, Denver, USA
MGMA Connex 3:38-43, 1. 2003..A group and its providers can come under fraud and abuse investigations, whistle-blower allegations and Medicare payment reviews. Many questions arise in response to billing errors or allegations of misconduct...
- The ethics of silenceGeoffrey Hunt
Nurs Ethics 11:108-9. 2004
- Medicaid fraud lawJeremiah W Nixon
Mo Med 104:492. 2007
- Bullying and nursingVictoria Hoban
Nurs Times 100:16-8. 2004
- Invited commentary: The whistle-blower act (qui tam)Bhagwan Satiani
Division of Vascular Surgery, Department of Surgery, Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1654 Upham Drive, Columbus, OH 43210 1250, USA
Surgery 137:472-6. 2005
- Corruption allegations renewed. Ill. influence-peddling scandal heats up with filingMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 35:18. 2005
- Spitzer's crusadePeter Elkind
Fortune 150:129-30, 132, 134. 2004
- Having your cake and eating it too--the (un)enforceability of releases on future qui tam claimsTodd P Photopulos
Butler, Snow, O Mara, Stevens and Cannada, PLLC, USA
J Health Life Sci Law 1:145, 147-61. 2008....
- Duty to report: Legal implications of nurses stealing from patientsBridgit Dimond
University of Glamorgan
Br J Nurs 15:1196-7. 2006..It looks at the duty of the nurse and the issues which may arise when she tries to put her duty into action. It also considers the legal situation of the colleague who is the subject of the allegations...
- How to respond to a qui tam lawsuitHoward E O'Leary
Dykema Gossett PLLC, Washington, DC, USA
Trustee 57:12-4, 19, 1. 2004..Whistle-blowers, i.e., current or former employees who report believed fraudulent hospital claims to the government, are on the rise. The best defense? Beat investigators to the punch and do your own sleuthing...
- The False Claims Act: the courts move toward a rule of reasonMichael M Mustokoff
Partner, Duane Morris, LLP, One Liberty Place, Philadelphia, PA 19103 7396, USA
J Med Pract Manage 20:317-22. 2005..It indicates the limitations that are imposed on prosecutors, as well as the liability that providers do incur under current statues...
- The unusual suspects. Whistle-blowers target contractor, Bear StearnsMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 34:14-5. 2004
- Whistle-blowers need more proofGregg Blesch
Mod Healthc 38:14. 2008
- Whistleblowing and boundary violations: exposing a colleague in the forensic milieuCindy Peternelj-Taylor
College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Wiggins Road, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 5E5 Canada
Nurs Ethics 10:526-37; discussion 537-40. 2003The purpose of this article is to examine the phenomenon of whistleblowing as it relates to a reconstructed case study of an erotic boundary violation that emerged from a clinical situation in forensic psychiatric nursing practice...
- Healthcare fraud: a primer for the nurse executiveRebecca F Cady
Grace Hollis Lowe Hanson and Schaeffer LLP, Visalia, CA 93291, USA
JONAS Healthc Law Ethics Regul 9:54-61; quiz 62-3. 2007..A basic understanding of these programs is therefore fundamental to understanding the problem of healthcare fraud and how to prevent it. This article will provide a basic overview of this subject for the nurse executive...
- Fraud flurry. No connection seen in recent moves by governmentMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 33:20, 22. 2003
- Some fraud fight left. Proposed HCA settlement, other enforcement activities indicate feds still serious about fighting healthcare fraudMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 32:6-7, 12-3, 1. 2002..Hospital; and the U.S. Justice Department participated in a pending whistleblower suit against 27 hospitals. HCA's legal troubles began when James Alderson (left) blew the whistle...
- Speak out in a climate of fearShaun Noble
Community Pract 79:127. 2006
- Report impaired practice--statPatricia D Blair
University of Texas, Galveston, USA
Nurs Manage 33:24-5, 51. 2002..Don't hesitate to report substance abuse and mental illness-doing so often initiates the treatment process for valued staff...
- Telling cultures: 'cultural' issues for staff reporting concerns about colleagues in the UK National Health ServiceKathryn Ehrich
Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King s College London, London SE1 9NH
Sociol Health Illn 28:903-26. 2006....
- Whistleblowing and organizational ethicsSusan L Ray
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
Nurs Ethics 13:438-45. 2006The purpose of this article is to discuss an external whistleblowing event that occurred after all internal whistleblowing through the hierarchy of the organization had failed...
- Blowing the whistle: a pharmacist's vexing experience unraveledJeffrey Fudin
Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Albany, NY 12054, USA
Am J Health Syst Pharm 63:2262-5. 2006
- Health care whistleblower suits expected to increaseChristopher Spevak
MidAtlantic Permanente Medical Group, USA
Physician Exec 32:54-7. 2006
- Bringing in the big guns. U.S. attorney joins civil suits against Medco HealthMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 33:17. 2003
- Speak up ... if you dare: raising concerns about colleagues you suspect of bad practice is not easy in a working culture that views whistle-blowing as 'telling tales'Sarah Harrison
Nurs Stand 17:12-3. 2003
- Scientific credit and credibilityPaul M Grant
Electric Power Research Institute, PO Box 10412, 3412 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94303, USA
Nat Mater 1:139-41. 2002
- The federal False Claims Act: the dangers of ignoranceC Dean Furman
Furman Nilsen and Lomond, PLLC, Louisville, USA
J Ky Med Assoc 105:23-7. 2007
- Regulation. Confusion abounds over whistle-blower rulesLee Ann Runy
Hosp Health Netw 81:26. 2007
- The eye in the doorPaul Jebb
Blackpool Victoria Hospitals NHS Trust
Nurs Stand 17:20-1. 2003
- Promoting integrity among nursing studentsMelissa Langone
Pasco Hernando Community College, West Campus, 10230 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654 5199, USA
J Nurs Educ 46:45-7. 2007..Through the use of faculty and student situation reports, this program has enabled faculty to monitor the integrity status of the nursing program and establish policy protocols for unethical behaviors...
- Whistle-blower law tightened. Ruling demands first-hand knowledge of wrongdoingMatthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 37:8-9. 2007
- Healthcare fraud and abuseWilliam J Rudman
University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS
Perspect Health Inf Manag 6:1g. 2009..3 million in Medicaid overpayments for services claimed after beneficiaries' deaths.6...
- The content of advocacy in procedural pain care - patients' and nurses' perspectivesHeli Vaartio
Department of Nursing Science, University of Turku, Finland
J Adv Nurs 64:504-13. 2008..This paper is a report of an exploration of the content of nursing advocacy from the point of view of patients and nurses in the context of procedural pain care...
- Virtue ethics: an approach to moral dilemmas in nursingE Arries
School of Nursing, University of Johannesburg, Auckland Park
Curationis 28:64-72. 2005..Secondly I describe a story in which a moral dilemma is evident. Lastly I apply virtue ethics as an approach to this moral dilemma and in particular focusing on the virtues inherent in the nurse as moral agent in the story...
- Exploring confidentiality in the context of nurse whistle blowing: issues for nurse managersDebra Jackson
Family and Community Health Research Group, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Western Sydney, Penrith South, New South Wales, Australia
J Nurs Manag 19:655-63. 2011..The aim of this paper is to reveal the experiences and meaning of confidentiality for Australian nurses in the context of whistle blowing...
- The professional consequences of whistleblowing by nursesS McDonald
Neurology Department, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia
J Prof Nurs 16:313-21. 2000..The aim of the research was to examine the professional consequences of whistleblowing and nonwhistleblowing in nursing...
- Dissolving the engineering moral dilemmas within the Islamic ethico-legal praxesAbdul Kabir Hussain Solihu
Department of General Studies, Faculty of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia, P O Box 10, 50728, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Sci Eng Ethics 17:133-47. 2011..interpretive-evaluative maxims to two core issues in engineering ethics: genetically modified foods and whistleblowing. The study aims primarily to provide problem-solving maxims within the Maqasid al-Shari'ah matrix through ..
- Administration of Mycobacterium leprae rHsp65 aggravates experimental autoimmune uveitis in miceEliana B Marengo
Department of Immunology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
PLoS ONE 4:e7912. 2009..It seems comprehensible that the specificity and primary function of Hsp60 molecules can be considered as a potential pathogenic factor acting as a whistleblower announcing chronic-inflammatory diseases progression...
- Implementing US-style anti-fraud laws in the Australian pharmaceutical and health care industriesThomas A Faunce
College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Med J Aust 194:474-8. 2011..for fraud on the public purse, but crucially supports such actions by providing financial encouragement for whistleblowing corporate insiders to expose evidence of fraud...
- [Whistleblowing: a difficult concept for nurses]Monika Habermann
Zentrum für Pflegeforschung und Beratung ZePB, Hochschule Bremen, Bremen
Pflege 23:321-9. 2010..b>Whistleblowing is a way of reporting serious deficits by leaving predetermined pathways and addressing persons, institutions ..
- Practitioner sex abuse: occurrence, prevention and disciplinary sanctionNathalie Jousset
Department of Forensic Medicine, University Hospital, Angers, France
Med Sci Law 48:203-10. 2008..In France, the Order of Practitioners does not appear to be taking its role of defending patients seriously, since it seldom issues anything more substantial than minor penalties...
- Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005William E Fassett
Department of Pharmacotherapy, College of Pharmacy, Washington State University Spokane, PO Box 1495, Spokane, WA 99210 1495, USA
Ann Pharmacother 40:917-24. 2006..To review Public Law (PL) 109-41-the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (PSQIA)-and summarize key medication error research that contributed to congressional recognition of the need for this legislation...
- Breaking taboo: dilemma of whistleblowingPeter Black
Br J Nurs 19:5-Unknown. 2010..Me, I've got a little tickle at the back of my throat. Professor Cary Cooper from the University of Lancaster aptly named such feelings of gloom: acute post-bank holiday depression syndrome...
- The whistleblower implications of radiation injury lawsuits: lessons learned from In re McCaffertyC F Rysavy
McCarter and English, Newark, NJ 07701 0652, USA
Health Phys 81:640-5. 2001..This article explains how Centerior's actions ran afoul of the Energy Reorganization Act's "whistleblower" provision. It also describes what licensees and their subcontractors can do if faced with similar circumstances...
- Nurses involved in whistleblowing incidents: sequelae for their familiesLesley M Wilkes
Sydney West Area Health Service, Nepean Hospital, PO Box 63, Penrith, NSW 2751, Australia
Collegian 18:101-6. 2011Nurses involved in whistleblowing often face economic and emotional retaliation, victimization and abuse. Yet for many nurses, one major part of their whistleblowing experience is the negative impact it has on their families...
- Physical and emotional effects of whistleblowingSally McDonald
Royal Perth Hospital, Wellington Street, Level 8, Perth, Western Australia, 6000
J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv 40:14-27. 2002This research examined the stress-induced health effects of whistleblowing and non-whistleblowing on nurses in Western Australia...
- Physical therapy students' willingness to report misconduct to protect the patient's interestsAbraham Mansbach
Department of Philosophy, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, POB 653, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel
J Med Ethics 36:802-5. 2010This article presents a study on the ethical dilemma of whistleblowing in physical therapy, and suggests some lines for further research on this topic as well as ways for integrating it in the physical therapy curriculum...
- Trial and retribution: a qualitative study of whistleblowing and workplace relationships in nursingDebra Jackson
University of Western Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Contemp Nurse 36:34-44. 2010This paper reports a study aiming to present and describe the effects of whistleblowing episodes on nurses' workplace relationships...
- Predictors of responses to organizational wrongdoing: a study of intentions of management accountantsJose C Casal
School of Management, New Jersey Institute of Technology, University Heights, Newark, NJ 07102 1982, USA
Psychol Rep 103:121-33. 2008..ratings indicated that intent to leave increased with seriousness of wrongdoing and expected retaliation for whistleblowing and decreased with expected effectiveness of whistleblowing...
- What does it mean to blow the whistle?J A Erlen
Department of Health Promotion and Development, School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Orthop Nurs 18:67-70. 1999..This article provides recommendations for educators, health care agencies, and nurses as ways to support nurses who choose to blow the whistle...
- To tell or not to tell? The ethical dilemma of the would-be whistleblowerJanet Malek
Department of Medical Humanities, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina 27834, USA
Account Res 17:115-29. 2010..The article, therefore, offers tools for a would-be whistleblower to use to arrive at a defensible resolution to a difficult dilemma...
- Commentary: Knowing it when we see it: reflections on pornographySharon K Hull
Department of Community Health Sciences, Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio 44272, USA
Acad Med 84:155-6. 2009..Revisiting an incident such as the one Halperin recounts reminds readers of both genders and all career stages that violations of professional mores between teacher and learner still occur and that the price of speaking up remains high...
- Whistle-blowing: effective and ineffective coping responsesS McDonald
Neurology Department, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia
Nurs Forum 34:5-13. 1999..Results identified four effective coping strategies used by whistle-blowers. The authors offer recommendations to nurses who encounter misconduct in their workplace...
- Nursing advocacy: how is it defined by patients and nurses, what does it involve and how is it experienced?Heli Vaartio
Department of Nursing Science, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
Scand J Caring Sci 20:282-92. 2006..Before nursing practice can truly adopt advocacy as an inherent and natural part of nursing, a clearer understanding is needed of how it is defined and what activities are needed to accomplish advocacy...
- Clinical study reflections: another view: Commentary on: "Raising suspicions with the Food and Drug Administration: detecting misconduct"Patricia Spitzig
The Public Sector Consortium, Cambridge, MA, USA
Sci Eng Ethics 16:705-11. 2010..Respecting patient and whistle-blower input; appreciating research staff contributions; and implementing a systems and partnership approach would foster quality and advance clinical research...
- Does the risk of reprisal prevent nurses blowing the whistle on bad practice?Bill Whitehead
University of Derby
Nurs Times 106:12-5. 2010Despite the introduction of legislation to protect people who report poor or unsafe practice, whistleblowing can still have serious consequences for nurses.
- Reflections on the role of medical staff governor in a foundation trustSarah Pearce
Clin Med 11:428-9. 2011..The role is ideally suited to a senior physician with reduced clinical commitments. It repays the time and trouble invested...
- Hospitals' legal headache. After record year, feds keep pursuing False Claims casesMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 36:10. 2006
- [Sanctions against fraudsters and the situation of whistleblowers with respect to the law]Joël Moret-Bailly
Pr de droit privé et sciences criminelles, Universite de Lyon, CERCRID UMR CNRS 5137, Université Jean Monnet, 42023 Saint Etienne cedex 2, France
Presse Med 41:867-71. 2012..When an employee discover a violation of the research standards, he is not obliged to call the prosecutor. Whistleblowers, in the public health field, are not protected by labour law...
- [The management of errors and scientific fraud by biomedical journals: They cannot replace Institutions]Herve Maisonneuve
Faculté de Médecine Paris Sud 11, Departement de sante publique, d évaluation et d information médicale, 63, rue Gabriel Péri, 94277 Le Kremlin Bicêtre, France
Presse Med 41:853-60. 2012..When errors and fraud are identified, journals can publish 3 statements: erratum for errors, expression of concern for errors or fraud when evidence is not established, and retraction when evidence is obvious...
- Whistleblowers: there ain't no cure, but there is preventionRobert Falk
Powell Goldstein LLP, One Atlantic Center, 14th Floor, 1201 West Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30309, USA
J Med Pract Manage 22:69-70. 2006..This article addresses strategies for reducing the likelihood that your practice will be the target of a whistleblower suit...
- Blowing the whistle to protect a patient: a comparison between physiotherapy students and physiotherapistsAbraham Mansbach
Department of Philosophy, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, POB 653, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel
Physiotherapy 98:307-12. 2012..misconduct in order to protect a patient's interests? Are they willing to report the misconduct to authorities within an organisation and/or outside of it? Are they willing to report a colleague's wrongdoing as well as that of a manager?..
- Witnesses to research wrongdoingJoan E Sieber
California State University, East Bay, USA
J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics 7:3-14. 2012..To assist institutions in designing effective, nimble programs, we suggest resources from which institutional officials may draw...
- The silence of the unblown whistle: the Nevada hepatitis C public health crisisElizabeth Leary
Yale School of Nursing, New Haven, CT 06536, USA
Yale J Biol Med 86:79-87. 2013....
- Reasons registered nurses report serious wrongdoings in a public teaching hospitalGranville King
Department of Communication Studies, Indiana University Southeast, 4201 Grant Line Road, New Albany, IN 47150, USA
Psychol Rep 112:626-36. 2013..A manipulation check of the initial 238 respondents revealed a very strong tendency for nurses to overlook a serious mistake by a close peer who had a reputation of being a "competent" nurse...
- Held to account. ttSusan Aitkenhead
Nurs Stand 21:18-9. 2007..Representatives of two nursing organisations offer a summary of nurses' legal position in relation to unsafe staffing levels...
- The emotional sequelae of whistleblowing: findings from a qualitative studyKath Peters
Family and Community Health Research Group, School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health and Science, University of Western Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia
J Clin Nurs 20:2907-14. 2011To highlight and illuminate the emotional sequelae of whistleblowing from whistleblowers and subjects of whistleblowing complaints.
- Science ethics education part II: changes in attitude toward scientific fraud among medical researchers after a short course in science ethicsL Vuckovic-Dekic
Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
J BUON 17:391-5. 2012..To determine the impact of the short science ethics courses on the knowledge of basic principles of responsible conduct of research (RCR), and on the attitude toward scientific fraud among young biomedical researchers...
- Inquiries into health care: learning or lynching?Ron Paterson
Health and Disability Commissioner, PO Box 1791, Auckland 1140, New Zealand
N Z Med J 121:100-15. 2008..We need processes that support more informed scrutiny of health service quality by the public and media. There will continue to be a place for inquiries by the HDC and Coroners where external scrutiny is necessary...
- Self disclosure. How to manage the risk of Medicare fraud and abuseMatthew G Weber
Holland and Hart LLP, Denver, USA
MGMA Connex 9:42-5. 2009..When you discover an incident of noncompliance with Medicare/Medicaid regulations, step forward and notify the authorities before the government or a whistleblower takes the problem out of your hands...
- Ethical issues in engineering models: an operations researcher's reflectionsJ Kleijnen
Department of Information Management and Center for Economic Research, Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University, Postbox 90153, 5000 LE, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Sci Eng Ethics 17:539-52. 2011..Finally, the article briefly discusses whistleblowing. Its many references to publications and websites enable further study of ethical issues in modeling.
- Blowing the whistleAdele Waters
Nurs Manag (Harrow) 15:7. 2008
- The Paul Revere Freedom to Warn ActJohn S Murray
Joint Task Force National Capital Region Medical, Bethesda, MD, USA
Am J Nurs 108:38-9. 2008
- Internal or external whistleblowing: nurses' willingness to report wrongdoingAbraham Mansbach
Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva 84105, Israel
Nurs Ethics 17:483-90. 2010In Israel, whistleblowing in the nursing profession has been largely ignored. This topic is neither part of the professional-ethical discourse nor a subject for research...
- The courage to come forwardMark S Greenfield
Blank Rome LLP, Los Angeles, USA
Trustee 66:21-3, 1. 2013..Whistleblowers uncover fraud and other issues. Can your hospital protect them?..
- First-hand experience of taking action against elder abuseNicola Hollis
Nurs Older People 19:12. 2007
- Turning a blind eyeChristian Duffin
Nurs Older People 19:6-7. 2007
- Whistleblowing and the lawRichard Griffith
School of Health Science, Swansea University
Br J Community Nurs 16:142-5. 2011..on information about bad practice in the interests of their patients must be sure to follow the requirements of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and their employer's whistleblowing policy before their disclosure qualifies for protection.
- Provider alert: requirements for employee education about false claims laws and whistleblower protectionsJ Craig Wilson
Mitchell Blackstock Law Firm, PLLC
J Ark Med Soc 103:193. 2007
- Strategies and practices in off-label marketing of pharmaceuticals: a retrospective analysis of whistleblower complaintsAaron S Kesselheim
Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
PLoS Med 8:e1000431. 2011..However, the scope of off-label marketing remains poorly characterized. We developed a typology for the strategies and practices that constitute off-label marketing...
- Judge to feds: pick up the pace. Longtime device case called burden on hospitalsJoseph Mantone
Mod Healthc 36:12. 2006
- Blowing the whistle on poor laboratory performancesLeonard J Weber
University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, USA
Clin Leadersh Manag Rev 19:E6. 2005
- Analysis of Research Misconduct Policies: Surveys of OfficersREBECCA LIND; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..