In other posts, I have provided a quick video introduction to the topic, and have discussed the ideas behind discourse theorythe main questions that students and researchers will likely ask as they set up their discourse analysis projectand the things that are worth keeping in mind when working with East Asian language sources.
Received Nov 1; Accepted Nov 1. Given the resistance clinicians often feel about error disclosure, insights into the way choices are made by the clinicians in telling patients about the mistake has the potential to address reasons for resistance. Applying the evidenced-based CPM theory, developed over the last 35 years and dedicated to studying disclosure phenomenon, to disclosing medical mistakes potentially has the ability to reshape thinking about the error disclosure process.
Using a composite case representing a surgical mistake, analysis based on CPM theory is offered to gain insights into conversational routines and Disclosure analysis management choices of revealing a medical error.
The results of this analysis show that an underlying assumption of health information ownership by the patient and family can be at odds with the way the clinician tends to control disclosure about the error. These patterns unfold privacy management decisions on the part of the clinician that impact how the patient is told about the error and the way that patients interpret the meaning of the disclosure.
These findings suggest the need for a better understanding of how patients manage their private health information in relationship to their expectations for the way they see the clinician caring for or controlling their health information about errors.
Significance for public health Much of the mission central to public health sits squarely on the ability to communicate effectively. This case analysis offers an in-depth assessment of how error disclosure is complicated by misunderstandings, assuming ownership and control over information, unwittingly following conversational scripts that Disclosure analysis misleading messages, and the difficulty in regulating privacy boundaries in the stressful circumstances that occur with error disclosures.
As a consequence, the potential contribution to public health is the ability to more clearly see the significance of the disclosure process that has implications for many public health Disclosure analysis.
For example, there are published works on such issues as the effectiveness of open disclosure in patient care, the unique conditions of disclosing medical errors within specialties, clinics, hospitals, for training medical students, among medical team members, and investigations into how patients feel about this disclosure.
Claims have been made that the estimates of unreported adverse events could potentially be in the millions. CPM also allows the ability to account for both the patient and clinician within the context of ways each navigate disclosure interactions to better understand medical errors.
From a CPM theoretical standpoint, a case study analysis is offered illustrating how disclosure interactions unfold and how meaning is communicated between patient and clinician when revealing medical mistakes.
This case study analysis aims to facilitate a better understanding of information ownership between the patient and clinician, disclosure sequences that shift responsibility, and effective management of personal and professional privacy boundaries.
Principles of communication privacy management theory in the context of understanding error disclosure From a large body of research on disclosure in communication, it is clear that revealing information that has a measure of vulnerability is often a complicated experience.
For example, in considering how disclosure is defined within the context of medical errors, knowing how clinicians make choices to reveal or protect information about errors, how they enact the disclosure of errors, why clinicians may withhold some or all of the pertinent information about errors, and how revealing medical errors impacts not only the patient but also the clinician disclosing a mistake is essential to good patient care.
Private information is what people disclose within CPM theory.
What constitutes private information is defined as information that has the potential to yield vulnerabilities if shared with others. Private information, per se, is not further defined in CPM theory because everyone has a different sense of what is private.
As a result, the owners have expectations for managing their privacy boundaries when others are involved. Precepts of communication privacy management theory From CPM research, we know predictively, that people believe they own their private information — it belongs to them and they assume they have the right to control their information.
There are circumstances where privacy boundary regulation managing the information follows a somewhat different pattern. When treating patients, clinicians tend to consider health information about the patient as primarily being held in their care.
Patients reportedly respond to the lack of disclosure about a medical error by changing physicians, feeling less satisfied with healthcare, and experiencing diminished levels of trust.
In CPM terms, this state creates a privacy dilemma for the clinician.
Clinicians may desire to tightly control their boundaries around private information concerning a medical error to more fully analyse the situation before telling patients. Privacy rules are generated by clinicians who depend on criteria such as motivations to tell or conceal and the medical systems in which they work.
If clinicians are motivated to reveal the error, their privacy rules for sharing co-ownership with others such as selected medical staff members may be tempered by whom they can trust to tell, whom they feel they have to tell, and whom they want to wait to tell.
For example, physicians are more likely to restrict and limit co-ownership of such private information about medical mistakes among their peers because they perceive reputational risks. Even when a clinician makes a commitment to reveal an error, research also shows that clinicians often find it difficult to actually make the disclosure and tell patients and their families about the unexpected events that lead to a mistake.
If the patient learns about the incident, privacy turbulence may result depending on whether the patient feels the clinician acted contrary to expectations about the information ownership and control rights of the patient.Disclosure is a novel by Michael Crichton and published in The novel is set at a fictional computer hardware manufacturing company in the mids.
The novel is set at a fictional computer hardware manufacturing company in the mids. To help inform stakeholders, we conducted an analysis of cybersecurity-related disclosures of Fortune companies.
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NAIC Insurance Company Fee Disclosure Analysis Posted on April 12, by Mercedes Erickson The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is the U.S. standard-setting and regulatory support organization created and governed by the chief insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S.
territories. Sep 26, · An analysis of disclosure of IAS, related party disclosure of selected insurance company in Bangladesh. Md. Mirajur Rahman * Department of Business Management & Tourism and Hospitality Management, Academy of International Management Studies, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
1 Disclosure Analysis - Required Disclosures By Charles Hoffman, CPA; Thomas McKinney, CPA; Thomas Egan, CPA January 28, There are four required disclosures which would always appear in the disclosure notes of a financial.