The difference between personal and professional ethics is important in identifying how ethic fits into the chiropractic profession. While personal ethics are surely important, professional ethics can protect your business, set a standard of care for your business, and are acquired by being a member of the profession, and even while in training. These principles should be followed and respected by all employees, to uphold a certain standard of care, and to take responsibility for patient healthcare practices.
Here are some link to help reflect on social responsibility an organization (or chiropractic clinic/professional) should uphold.
Social responsibility is maintaining the balance between economy and ecosystems, it is how we should behave in society to respect culture, economy and the environment.
Ideas can be found here: http://causecapitalism.com/5-ways-to-create-a-socially-responsible-profitable-company/
This provides a quick overview of information regarding the privacy legislation in Canada.
To be successful, surround yourself with successful, trust worthy, creative people. The purpose of this group is to propel your business forward, help with ideas regarding marketing, or other business areas you may be lacking in. This is a support network, advisory network, and a source of comfort and reliability.
When starting a chiropractic business, its important to first assess value and ethics, and make sure those standards are maintained throughout professional growth. Here, we look into professionalism in the chiropractic profession, as well as corporate governance.