Gatekeeping and Communitarianism
Evaluation and the Health Professions. 1993 Jun; 16(2): 139-143.
Autonomy; Behavioral Research; Common Good; Communitarianism; Confidentiality; Consent; Depressive Disorder; Disease; Epidemiology; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Gatekeeping; Motivation; Paternalism; Research; Research Design; Research Ethics; Research Ethics Committees; Research Subjects; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Selection of Subjects;
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Woog, Pierre (1993-06)
Finestone, Albert J.; Feldman, Debra; Beasley, John W.; Volpintesta, Edward; Zarin, Deborah A.; Pincus, Harold Alan; Halm, Ethan A.; Blumenthal, David; Causino, Nancyanne (1998-03-25)
Franks, Peter; Clancy, Carolyn M.; Nutting, Paul A. (1992-08-06)Over 90 percent of health maintenance organizations (HMOs) use primary care physicians as gatekeepers, whose role is to authorize access to specialty, emergency, and hospital care and to diagnostic tests. Gatekeeping has ...