The Ethics of Health Care Rationing as a Strategy of Cost Containment
White, Lawrence W.
Waithe, Mary Ellen
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Wennberg, John E. (1990-10-25)Outcomes research studies the treatment options for common diseases and conditions and attempts to identify what works in medicine and to develop practice guidelines. The U.S. Congress recently established the Agency ...