The Organized American Medical Profession's Response to Financial Conflicts of Interest: 1890-1992
Rodwin, Marc A.
Milbank Quarterly. 1992; 70(4): 703-741.
In this article I will survey the history of physicians' conflicts of interest and the organized profession's response and examine two influential groups with differing perspectives: the AMA [American Medical Association] and the American College of Surgeons (ACS). They offer a window on the views of physicians in the United States and current debate over physician professionalism, conflicts of interest, and physician self-referral.
Codes of Ethics; Conflict of Interest; Deception; Disclosure; Economics; Entrepreneurship; Ethics; Financial Support; Fraud; Government; Government Regulation; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Health Facilities; Historical Aspects; Hospitals; Incentives; Industry; Interprofessional Relations; Legal Aspects; Medical Ethics; Medical Fees; Misconduct; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Physician Self-Referral; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Proprietary Health Facilities; Regulation; Self Regulation; Surgery; Survey;
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