NR360 Chamberlain College Ethics in Healthcare We Can but Dare We Paper This is what I have so far:Imagine being sick and uncomfortable in a hospital bed a

NR360 Chamberlain College Ethics in Healthcare We Can but Dare We Paper This is what I have so far:Imagine being sick and uncomfortable in a hospital bed and not having control over your own privacy and identity. Working class citizens don’t know what it is like to have their pictures taken and sold to magazines and newspaper but for celebrities, this is how they make a living. A celebrity’s image is everything, and to them any publicity is good publicity as long as it has their face on it. Fortunately for everyone else, you don’t have to deal with having paparazzi following you around or harassing you while you are shamelessly enjoying a double cheeseburger with extra cheese, onions and as many sauces as you could name at your local fast food joint. However, going back to the main point about hospital stays and privacy; when is a person’s privacy considered public property and when is it a sacred area that no one can trespass? To answer that question there are laws that protect people, including celebrities, from having their personal information and image protected from the rest of the world. The people who work in the healthcare field are just that, people and as people they make mistakes and do things that may be morally or ethically incorrect. It is up to the other employees and the administrators to be on the lookout for any foul play and report it, because in the end the patients are the ones who will be hurt from this type of behavior. Given the scenario of the RUA, there is definitely a violation of not only HIPAA and other patient privacy laws but also of a person’s privacy and well-being. For the purpose of this paper we will be discussing scenario number four as it is the most realistic in my opinion regarding the situation as a whole. If something like this were to happen and you innocently take a picture of the person and share it with your friend, the picture would somehow find its way into the wrong hands and this can be traced back to you, which is probably what would happen in this scenario. As the nurse who was taking care of the patient, you’re the one who appears in the charts and in the patient’s information, therefore allowing for investigators to somehow link the now famous picture back to your smartphone which is also nowhere to be found. Body According to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 or HIPAA, national standards are set in place and must be followed by all those who work and deal with patients’ personal information and medical records in order to protect a person’s privacy and keep their information secure NR360 INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN HEALTHCARE
Required Uniform Assignment: We Can, but Dare We?
PURPOSE
The purpose of this assignment is to investigate smartphone and social media use in healthcare and to
apply professional, ethical, and legal principles to their appropriate use in healthcare technology.
Course Outcomes
This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes.

CO #4: Investigate safeguards and decision‐making support tools embedded in patient
care technologies and information systems to support a safe practice environment for
both patients and healthcare workers. (PO 4)

CO #6: Discuss the principles of data integrity, professional ethics, and legal
requirements related to data security, regulatory requirements, confidentiality, and
client’s right to privacy. (PO 6)

CO #8: Discuss the value of best evidence as a driving force to institute change in the
delivery of nursing care (PO 8)
DUE DATE
See Course Schedule in Syllabus. The college’s Late Assignment Policy applies to this activity.
TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE
This assignment is worth a total of 240 points.
Requirements
1. Research, compose, and type a scholarly paper based on the scenario described below, and
choose a conclusion scenario to discuss within the body of your paper. Reflect on lessons
learned in this class about technology, privacy concerns, and legal and ethical issues and
addressed each of these concepts in the paper, reflecting on the use of smartphones and social
media in healthcare. Consider the consequences of such a scenario. Do not limit your review of
the literature to the nursing discipline only because other health professionals are using the
technology, and you may need to apply critical thinking skills to its applications in this scenario.
2. Use Microsoft Word and APA formatting. Consult your copy of the Publication Manual of the
American Psychological Association, sixth edition, as well as the resources in Doc Sharing if you
have questions (e.g., margin size, font type and size (point), use of third person, etc.). Take
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advantage of the writing service SmartThinking, which is accessed by clicking on the link called
the Tutor Source, found under the Course Home area.
3. The length of the paper should be four to five pages, excluding the title page and the reference
page. Limit the references to a few key sources (minimum of three required).
4. The paper will contain an introduction that catches the attention of the reader, states the
purpose of the paper, and provides a narrative outline of what will follow (i.e., the assignment
criteria).
5. In the body of the paper, discuss the scenario in relation to HIPAA, legal, and other regulatory
requirements that apply to the scenario and the ending you chose. Demonstrate support from
sources of evidence (references) included as in‐text citations.
6. Choose and identify one of the four possible endings provided for the scenario, and construct
your paper based on its implications to the scenario. Make recommendations about what should
have been done and what could be done to correct or mitigate the problems caused by the
scenario and the ending you chose. Demonstrate support from sources of evidence (references)
included as in‐text citations.
7. Present the advantages and disadvantages of using smartphones and social media in healthcare
and describe professional and ethical principles to the appropriate use of this technology, based
on facts from supporting sources of evidence, which must be included as in‐text citations.
8. The paper’s conclusion should summarize what you learned and make reflections about them to
your practice.
9. Use the “Directions and Assignment Criteria” and “Grading Rubric” below to guide your writing
and ensure that all components are complete.
10. Review the section on Academic Honesty found in the Chamberlain Course Policies. All work
must be original (in your own words). Papers will automatically be submitted to TurnItIn when
submitted to the Dropbox.
11. Submit the completed paper to the “We Can, but Dare We?” Dropbox by the end of Week 3.
Please refer to the Syllabus for due dates for this assignment. For online students, please post
questions about this assignment to the weekly Q & A Forums so that the entire class may view
the answers.
Preparing for the Assignment
BACKGROUND
Healthcare is readily embracing any technology to improve patient outcomes, streamline operations,
and lower costs, but we must also consider the impact of such technology on privacy and patient care.
This technology includes the use of social media applications, such as Facebook, Instagram, MySpace,
Twitter, and LinkedIn on smartphones.
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In healthcare today, smartphones are widely used for communication, efficiency, and care. Obviously, a
variety of issues (ethical, professional, and legal) from both the personal and hospital perspectives
must be considered. SCENARIO
You are a nurse in the emergency room, working the Friday 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. shift, and your evening has
been filled with the usual mix of drunken belligerent teens, wailing babies, chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations, falls, fractures, and the routine, regular congestive heart
failure (CHF) patients. Your best friend is texting you from the concert that you had to miss tonight
because you were scheduled to work, and you respond to her between care of patients, jealous that she
is there and you are not. “What a jerk to torture me like this!” you think to yourself.
It is now 2 a.m., and the medics radio once again, notifying you of an incoming motor vehicle accident
victim, ETA of 5 minutes. You sigh and opt to use the restroom, rather than getting that much‐needed
cup of coffee, and prepare a room for your next patient. The medics roll in and begin to fill you in. The
patient is a 28‐year‐old male, a passenger on a bus that was involved in a crash, leaving the vehicle
overturned after rolling over an embankment. There were several fatalities among the bus passengers,
and “this victim has remained unconscious, though his vitals are currently” . . . and as you start to focus
on the patient, you take a second look. Can it be? It is! The lead singer, Jerod, from the band “Blue
Lizards,” who you have adored since you first heard his voice! The band had just left the concert that
you had missed last evening when the accident occurred. You quickly text your best friend . . . “Can you
believe?” and she responds with “Yeah, right. PROVE IT.” So you quickly snap a picture with your
smartphone, when alone with the patient, and send it to her. Can’t hurt, right? Celebrities are “public
property,” and that’s a part of their life, right? Just for good measure, you snap a few more pictures of
the unconscious singer in various stages of undress and then a shot of his home address, phone number,
and demographic information from his electronic health record. You sit your phone down on the
bedside table for a minute as you continue your assessment of the patient.
At 7:00 a.m., you drag your tired body home and straight to bed after a long but eventful night.
What happens next? Choose an ending to the scenario, and construct your paper based on those
reflections:
1. You are the following nurse on the day shift and discover the night nurse’s phone on the bedside
table. While trying to figure out to whom it belongs, you open the phone and see the
photographs taken the night before. Holy moly! What a find, and nobody could trace you to the
photos.
2. You receive a call from the gossip paper the Gossip Gazette, offering you $20,000 for the photos
you have taken (courtesy of your best friend). Your identity would never be revealed, and you
desperately need a new car and are behind on some bills.
3. You go on Facebook, on your day off, and talk about the night you had at work and how you
didn’t really feel as bad having to miss the concert, because you actually got to meet Jerod in
person and even “Got his number!” You then post a picture of Jerod on Facebook and
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Instagram, figuring that most of your contacts would never recognize him anyway. It’s your day
off and your personal time, so no harm, no foul, right?
4. You receive a message the next morning from a peer at work that there is a big investigation
being conducted at work due to a HIPAA violation and that it involved a celebrity who had been
admitted to the hospital. The word is that legal action is being taken against the hospital due to
some photos that were sold to the Gossip Gazette. Knowing that the photo you sent is safe with
your best friend, you reach for your smartphone, but it is nowhere to be found.
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Directions and Assignment Criteria
Assignment Criteria
Points
%
Introduction 40
points
40
17%
Description
Catches the attention of the reader States
the purpose of the paper
Provides a narrative outline of the paper (i.e., the
assignment criteria).
HIPAA, Legal, & Regulatory
Discussion
40 points
40
17%
Discussion the following as they apply to the use of
cellphones and social media in healthcare: o
HIPAA/regulatory requirements
o Other legal requirements appropriate to the
use of this technology
Demonstrate support from sources of evidence
included as in‐text citations.
Scenario Ending &
Recommendations
50 points
50
21%
Choose and identify one of the four possible endings
provided for the scenario.
Make recommendations about what should have been
done and what could be done to correct or mitigate
the problems caused by the scenario and the ending
you chose.
Demonstrate support from sources of evidence
included as in‐text citations.
Advantages and
Disadvantages
50 points
50
21%
Discuss at least two (2) advantages and two (2)
disadvantages of using smartphones and social media
in healthcare
Describe professional and ethical principles to the
appropriate use of this technology
Demonstrate support from sources of evidence
included as in‐text citations.
Conclusion and Reflections
30 points
30
12%
Summarize what you learned
Make reflections about lessons learned to your
practice.
Scholarly Writing and APA
Format
30 points
30
12%
Title page, running head, & page numbers are correct.
Use Microsoft Word and APA (6th ed.) formatting
Length is 4‐5 pages (excludes title & reference pages).
At least 3 references are used, listed in APA format
References match in text citations in APA format
Spelling, grammar, & mechanics are correct.
Total
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Grading Rubric
Assignment
Criteria
Introduction 40
points
HIPAA, Legal, &
Regulatory
Discussion
40 points
Outstanding or Highest Level
of Performance
Very Good or High Level of
Performance
Competent or Satisfactory
Level of Performance
A (92–100%)
B (84–91%)
C (76–83%)
Poor, Failing or
Unsatisfactory Level of
Performance F
(0–75%)
One of the following is missing or
inadequate: attention‐catching
statement(s), paper’s purpose, or a
narrative outline of the paper’s
body.
Two of the following are missing or
inadequate: attention‐catching
statement(s), paper’s purpose, or a
narrative outline of the paper’s
body.
Three of the following are missing
or inadequate: attention‐catching
statement(s), paper’s purpose, or a
narrative outline of the paper’s
body.
35–40 points
30–34 points
26–29 points
0–25 points
The discussion of the following as
they apply to the use of cellphones
and social media in healthcare, is
thoroughly addressed:
• HIPAA/regulatory
requirements
• Other legal requirements
appropriate to the use of
this technology
The discussion of the following as
they apply to the use of cellphones
and social media in healthcare, is
lacking in one or more component:
• HIPAA/regulatory
requirements
• Other legal requirements
appropriate to the use of
this technology
or
Support is not demonstrated
adequately from sources of
evidence included as in‐text
citations.
The discussion of the following as
they apply to the use of cellphones
and social media in healthcare, is
lacking in one or more component:
• HIPAA/regulatory
requirements
• Other legal requirements
appropriate to the use of
this technology
and
Support is not demonstrated
adequately from sources of
evidence included as in‐text
citations.
The discussion of the following as
they apply to the use of cellphones
and social media in healthcare, is
lacking both components: •
HIPAA/regulatory requirements •
Other legal requirements
appropriate to the use of this
technology
30–34 points
26–29 points
0–25 points
The student catches the reader’s
attention, states the paper’s
purpose, and provides a narrative
outline of the paper’s body.
Demonstrated support from
sources of evidence included as
intext citations.
35–40 points
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and
Support is not demonstrated
adequately from sources of
evidence included as in‐text
citations.
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Scenario Ending &
Recommendations
50 points
Included all of the following
elements sufficiently:
• Identify one of the four possible
endings provided for the scenario.
Included all of the following
elements but did not develop at
least one area substantively :
• Identify one of the four possible
endings provided for the scenario.

Made recommendations
about what should have been done.
• Made recommendations about

Made recommendations
about what should have been done. what could be done to correct or
mitigate the problems caused by the
• Made recommendations about
scenario and the ending
what could be done to correct or
mitigate the problems caused by the chosen.
scenario and the ending chosen.
Or

Demonstrated support

Did not demonstrated
from sources of evidence included
support from sources of evidence
as intext citations.
included
as in‐text citations.
40‐44 points
45‐50 points
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Included all of the following
elements but did not develop at
two or more area substantively : •
Identify one of the four possible
endings provided for the scenario.
Did not included the following
elements substantively :
• Identify one of the four possible
endings provided for the scenario.

Made recommendations
about what should have been done.
• Made recommendations about
what could be done to correct or
mitigate the problems caused by the
scenario and the ending
chosen.
Or

Did not demonstrated
support from sources of evidence
included
as in‐text citations.

Made recommendations
about what should have been done.
• Made recommendations about
what could be done to correct or
mitigate the problems caused by
the scenario and the ending
chosen.
Or

Did not demonstrated
support from sources of evidence
included
as in‐text citations.
36‐39 points
0‐35 points
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Advantages and
Disadvantages
50 points
Met all of the following criteria: •
Discussed at least two (2)
advantages and two (2)
disadvantages of using
smartphones and social media in
healthcare

Described professional and
ethical principles to the appropriate
use of this technology

Demonstrated support from
sources of evidence included as intext
citations.
45‐50 points
Conclusion and
Reflections
30 points
Met the following criteria
substantively:
• Summarized what you learned •
Made reflections about lessons
learned to your practice.
25‐30 points
Scholarly Writing
and APA Format
30 points
The following
points
Did not meet one of the following
Did not meet two or more of the
Did not meet Three or more of the
criteria:
following criteria:
following criteria:

Discussed at least two (2)

Discussed at least two (2)

Discussed at least two (2)
advantages and two (2) disadvantages advantages and two (2) disadvantages advantages and two (2)
of using smartphones and social media of using smartphones and social media disadvantages of using smartphones
in healthcare
in healthcare
and social media in healthcare

Described professional and •
Described professional and •
Described professional and
ethical principles to the appropriate ethical principles to the appropriate ethical principles to the appropriate
use of this technology
use of this technology
use of this technology

Demonstrated support from •
Demonstrated support from •
Demonstrated support from
sources of evidence included as intext sources of evidence included as intext sources of evidence included as intext
citations.
citations.
citations.
40‐44 points
Did not meet at least one of the
following criteria substantively: •
Summarize what you learned •
Make reflections about lessons
learned to your practice.
20‐24 points
36—39 points
Did not meet either of the
following criteria substantively: •
Summarize what you learned •
Make reflections about lessons
learned to your practice.
16‐19 points
0‐35 points
Did not include a formal conclusion
paragraph
0–15 points
are achieved by successful implementation of each scholarly writing/APA element:
• 6 points
Title page, running head, & page numbers are correct.
• 4 points
Use Microsoft Word and APA (6th ed.) formatting
• 2 point
Length is 4‐5 pages (excludes title & reference pages).
• 6 points
At least 3 references are used, listed in APA format
• 6 points
References match in text citations in APA format
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• 4 points
Spelling/mechanics & grammar are correct.
• 2 point
Scholarly writing style is used
Total Points Possible = /240 Points
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