Moral Justice and Legal Justice in Managed Care: The Ascent of Contributive Justice
Morreim, E. Haavi
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. 1995 Fall; 23(3): 247-265.
...In each of the above cases [Helga Wanglie; low-osmolar contrast media], a high level of care for a few individuals is very expensive. Yet only recently has the national bioethics conversation begun to consider that these costs, and their implications for people with competing needs and claims, pose a serious moral challenge. This article will explore how this historically weak interest in statistical, unidentified other people must now emerge as a potent force in health care ethics. In the process, we must reconsider prevailing notions of justice.
Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Bioethics; Biomedical Technologies; Common Good; Compensation; Contracts; Disclosure; Economics; Ethics; Federal Government; Futility; Government; Government Regulation; Health; Health Care; Health Insurance; Health Maintenance Organizations; Industry; Insurance; Justice; Judicial Action; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legislation; Life; Liability; Moral Policy; Managed Care; Organizations; Prolongation of Life; Public Policy; Regulation; Rights; Standards; State Government; Torts;
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