Code Of Ethics And Ethics

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A code of ethics is a guide of principles designed to help professionals conduct business honestly and with integrity.1Most organization have codes of ethics that its members are required to follow and it lays out the rules and acceptable behavior of its the members on ethics and which actions are acceptable or not acceptable business practices. One industry where professional codes of ethics are important is health care. Most health care workers belong to an accredited organization of their profession, such American Medical Association (AMA), American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and American Nurses Association. They may also be required to have additional certification and rules they must follow based on the laws of the individual state they practice. In some cases, individual states also have rules and code of ethics individuals must follow.
By accepting membership or the credentials of their respective healthcare organization, members agree to abide by the standard of code of ethics established by the organization and they can lose their license or credentials, therefore the ability to practice if they fail to follow the professional code of ethics. The codes of ethics are established to help, protect, and provide guidance to each individual professional on how to act in their respective profession and create an environment where ethical behavior is practiced and observed by everyone in the profession. By observing the code of ethics every member ensures

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