Universal Regulations That Health Care Providers

1147 WordsMay 13, 20175 Pages
There are many universal regulations that health care providers must follow. The Patient’s Bill of Rights was created in 1998 and adopted by the US Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health care Industry to protect the rights of patients and responsibilities. The Bill of Rights helps: assure that the health care system is fair and it works to meet patients’ needs; gives patients a way to address any problems they may have; and encourages patients to take an active role in staying or getting healthy. The Patient’s Bill of Rights stresses the having a relationship between patients and their health care providers. According to the Patient’s Bill of Rights the patient has the right to understand information about…show more content…
Mayo Clinic has set values to which guides their mission statement and includes: respect, compassion, integrity, healing to name a few. Respect means to treat everyone with dignity. Compassion means that you have empathy and are sensitive to the patient and their family’s feelings and needs. Integrity means being honest and truth worthy, as well as setting standards of professionalism and ethics. Healing means that the healthcare workers will respect the patient’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs; as well as inspire hope and nurture the well-being of the person (n.d., Mayo Clinic). The main marketing strategy that Mayo Clinic uses is social media. They actually have a whole center dedicated strictly to social media called the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media. This center facilitates the use of social media throughout the Mayo Clinic. Health education, health literacy, and health care delivery can be promoted worldwide through social media (2013, Justice). Mayo Clinic currently has 1.56 million followers (2017, May 12). You Tube’s most popular medical provider channel is also from the Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic also has a News Blog, Podcast Blog, as well as other blogs used by patients telling stories about their experience with Mayo Clinic (2013, Justice). Back in 2015, the Rochester, MN- based health system launched a social marketing campaign to raise awareness for
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