The Ethical Neutrality of Prospective Payments: Justice Issues
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1996 Fall; 5(4): 570-578.
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Ethical Issues in the Use of a Prospective Payment System: The Issue of a Severity of Illness Adjustment Horn, Susan D.; Backofen, Joanne E. (1987-05)The current Medicare prospective payment system has many positive incentives for hospitals to control costs. Hospitals are increasing outpatient surgery, decreasing admissions, decreasing length of stay, and decreasing ...