Chapter 6 of your textbook addresses the concept of multiple levels of “client” including the individual client and a

Chapter 6 of your textbook addresses the concept of multiple levels of “client” including the individual client and a system of organizations, referral sources, reporting agencies, and reviewers or billing agencies.

In your initial post to this discussion, describe what is meant by a “system culture.” What are some of the ethical dilemmas that a provider, supervisor, or manager might encounter when working with a system in relation to the needs of an “identified client?” What are some of the potential ethical dilemmas when working with issues of mandatory reporting or with managed care or third-party payment agencies? Cite references from your text or other sources to support your post.

Response Guidelines
Read the posts of the other learners and respond to the initial posts of two learners. In your response, suggest additional ethical dilemmas someone might face or provide suggestions for successfully managing the dilemmas that have been discussed.

Learning Components
This activity will help you achieve the following learning components:

Determine which parts of a professional code of ethics relate to specific human services topics.
Describe common ethical issues that may be encountered in human services activities.
Identify how personal issues may intersect or conflict with professional ethical standards in a human services situation.
Identify various models for ethical decision making in the human services.
Resources
Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.
Ethical Practice in the Human Services.

In your Ethical Practice in the Human Services textbook, read the following:

Chapter 6, “Conflict: The Reality of Being Ethical Within the Real World,” pages 129–152.
Use the Capella University Library to read the following:

Mooren, T. M., DeJong, K., Kleber, R. J.,