Whose Good? Rethinking Beneficence in the Era of Managed Care
Churchill, Larry R.
Clinical Ethics Report. 1996 Spring/Summer; 10(1): 1-8.
Beneficence; Conflict of Interest; Consultation; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Economics; Evaluation; Health; Health Care; Incentives; Managed Care Programs; Moral Obligations; Managed Care; Patient Advocacy; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Remuneration; Risk; Social Impact; Withholding Treatment;
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