For Our Patients, Not for Profits: A Call to Action
JAMA. 1997 Dec 3; 278(21): 1733-1738.
Attitudes; Caring; Economics; Entrepreneurship; Goals; Health; Health Care; Health Care Reform; Incentives; Industry; Managed Care Programs; Medicine; Managed Care; Nurses; Patient Advocacy; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Political Activity; Private Sector; Public Policy; Social Impact; Time Factors; Trends; Values; Vulnerable Populations; Withholding Treatment;
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Himmelstein, David U.; Agretelis, Joan; Avorn, Jerry; Blatt, Charles M.; Bedell, Susanna E.; Bennett, Susan E.; Bor, David H.; Frei, Emil; Gonzalez, Ernesto; Gordon, Suzanne; Graboys, Thomas; Hatern, Charles; Holtz, Timothy H.; Levy, Barry S.; Lown, Bernard; Master, Robert J.; McCall, Timothy B.; Rabkin, Mitchell T.; Scavron, Jeffrey; Stoeckle, John D.; Swislow, Lee; Walsh, John; Woolhandler, Steffie (Ad Hoc Committee to Defend Health Care [Cambridge, Mass.], 1997-12-03)
Hirsch, Norma J. (2002)Nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals often complain that a loss of freedom or other obstacles hinder their ability to act in the best interest of the patient. These barriers cause professional burnout ...