CORPORATE COMPLIANCE and MAINTAINING ETHICAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS

CORPORATE COMPLIANCE and MAINTAINING ETHICAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS

  • Theme: CORPORATE COMPLIANCE and MAINTAINING ETHICAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS

  • Prepare the portfolio paper using the following guidelines:
    • A minimum of 8 pages not to exceed 12, typed, double-spaced, Times New Roman font, using APA standard
    • Title page, including title of paper, your name, course name and course number, date of submission (page 1); A minimum of 8 pages text (pages 2-11)
    • Read United States v. Greber (Chapter 15, page 592) and United States v. McClatchey (Chapter 15, page 594)
    • Briefly (1 to 2 pages) summarize the facts of the cases and answer the following:
    • How, if at all, can you distinguish Greberfrom other instances of payments for professional services? What if the percentage Dr. Greber paid had not exceeded Medicare guidelines?
    • Hospitals provide perks to physicians such as preferred parking, free meals, and discounted care for themselves and family. Comment on the legality of such practices.  Where is the “line”?  How much is too much? What is the intent of these practices?
    • the health care reform laws

    • Using online research, locate another case involving payment for referral and compare and contrast this third case with Greber and McClatchey.
    • What effect, if any, do the health care reform laws of 2010 have on these issues?
    • Include, in your paper, a summary of your application of Paul Tillich’s theology regarding love, power and justice. Be sure to connect this with the theme of corporate compliance and maintaining ethical business relationships.
    • Include in your paper anything else you think to be relevant.
    • A reference page (page 12)
    • A minimum of 6 references are required, including the text, the Holy Bible, books and articles from academic sources (Net Library), and other periodicals.

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