How does the ant-trust law and criminal law apply to U S health care administrators?
The post comprises two asighnments
1:How does the ant-trust law and criminal law apply to U S health care administrators?
How does the ant-trust law and criminal law apply to U S health care administrators? Can you give us some concrete examples?
2:There is an old saying that “the customer is always right.” What do you think that means? Do you agree with it? Explain. What would you do if you thought a customer was dead wrong?
2. Suppose you are a sales clerk in a store and some of your friends want you to let them shoplift. Think about and discuss the following:
1. If you refused to let them shoplift, would that make you a disloyal friend? Explain your answer.
2. How would you respond if your friends said to you:
“Just turn your back. You won’t even be involved.”
“Don’t let it bother you. Everybody does it.”
“The store will never miss it.”
“This store rips everybody off. We’re entitled to get even.”
3. If they shoplift despite your objections, what would you do?
2. Suppose you have some personal problems that are troubling you. Is it okay to attend to these problems while you are at work? To what degree (or under what circumstances) do you think it’s okay to deal with your own personal affairs on company time? 3. When you accept a job, what does the employer owe you and what do you owe the employer?