A Response to "Comments on the AMA Report 'Ethical Issues in Managed Care'"
Plows, Charles W.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1995 Winter; 6(4): 318-319.
Now more than ever, the medical profession is faced with a need to discuss the ethical issues that surround managed care without bias toward any system of healthcare delivery. Participants in this discussion must continue to be extremely thorough, even-handed, and conscious of exactly what limitations exist. With this understanding, biases can be accurately identified and the debate can proceed to a comprehensive examination of the multifarious issues at hand. [Plows is Chairman of the AMA's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs].
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