Conflicts of Interest, Conflicting Interests, and Interesting Conflicts
Vinicky, Janicemarie K.
Edwards, Sue Shevlin
Orlowski, James P.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1995 Winter; 6(4): 358-366.
The role of clinical bioethics consultation is inevitably changing as the delivery of healthcare from various providers and systems of providers evolves, and it is our opinion that "conflicts of interest" will become part and parcel of the day-to-day business of the ethics consultant and ethics committee....[W]e are of the opinion that those of us who do ethics consultation ought to become familiar with some of the types of conflicts of interest that already face us, and with those likely to arise in an ever-changing healthcare system in which hospitals and physicians contract for services and in which group insurers contract with hospitals and groups of physicians. We will consider a variety of situations that involve these sorts of conflicts, as a means to begin the dialogue in a series of articles in this and the next two issues of
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