Why Saying No to Patients in the United States Is So Hard
New England Journal of Medicine 1986 May 22; 314(21): 1380-1383
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Why Saying No to Patients in the United States Is So Hard: Cost Containment, Justice, and Provider Autonomy Daniels, Norman (1986-05-22)The issue of when it is morally justifiable for society to ration beneficial health care procedures and services is addressed in the context of a cross-cultural comparison of the British and American health care systems. ...