Ethical Issues in Managed Care: A Catholic Christian Perspective
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
Christian Bioethics. 1997 Mar; 3(1): 55-73.
A Christian analysis of the moral conflicts that exist among physicians and health care institutions requires a detailed treatment of the ethical issues in managed care. To be viable, managed care, as with any system of health care, must be economically sound and morally defensible. While managed care is
Administrators; Autonomy; Business Ethics; Caring; Christian Ethics; Commodification; Conflict of Interest; Economics; Ethics; Gatekeeping; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Insurance; Hospitals; Indigents; Institutional Ethics; Insurance; Justice; Love; Managed Care Programs; Moral Complicity; Morality; Managed Care; Obligations of Society; Patient Advocacy; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Religious Hospitals; Resource Allocation; Roman Catholic Ethics; Values; Vulnerable Populations; Withholding Treatment;
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