HLT 520 Components of a Valid Contract Discussions 

HLT 520 Components of a Valid Contract Discussions 

HLT 520 Components of a Valid Contract Discussions

HLT 520 Week 2 Discussion 1 Latest-GCU

Discuss the four components of a valid contract and apply them to a contract for the purchase of a new CT scanner with a vendor. What exactly would you put in the contract? How would you know it was legitimate?

HLT 520 Week 2 Discussion 2 Latest-GCU

Since the hospital/patient relationship is considered a contract of sorts, how is it affected if the patient decides to disconnect himself from telemetry and leave the hospital for 4 hours to go score some cocaine on the street? What would you do as a hospital administrator in this situation?

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GCU HLT 520 Week 2 Law Suit Recommendation Paper

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Scenario: A physician is claiming injury and damages from a hospital that notified him they were not renewing his contract for services provided. The hospital gave him a 4-month notice and stated that they were exercising this right because they wanted the department in which the physician functioned “to go in a new direction.” The physician has filed notice of intention to sue.

1) As the hospital administrator, write a paper (750-1,000-words) that explores the options for defending the suit in court, going to arbitration, going to mediation, or structuring a settlement. Include the pros and cons of each option and end with a recommendation to your board of directors on which avenue to pursue.

2) Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

3) This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment

GCU HLT 520 Week 2 Respondeat Superior Paper

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Scenario: A patient had surgery and the nurse-anesthetist administered the anesthesia. The patient subsequently arrested and died while under anesthesia. An investigation concluded that the patient was not receiving the needed amount of oxygen and the nurse-anesthetist missed the changes in the vital signs until the patient was close to cardiac arrest. The surgeon initially had assisted in positioning the patient and had helped to administer some of the initial anesthetic.

1) Write an analysis (750-1,000 words) of the situation and argue whether the doctrine of “respondeat superior” would cause the surgeon to have vicarious liability for the patient’s death.

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