Ethics of Managed Care: Implications for Group Practice
Philip, Donald J.
Medical Group Management Journal. 1997 Nov-Dec; 44(6): 55-56, 58, 60-64, 66.
The advent of managed care and the impact of an increasingly pluralistic, postmodern society need not mean abandoning standards of medical ethics embraced since Hippocrates. The time-honored relationship between patients and physicians remains of paramount importance. Ethical issues surrounding "universal" access and financial models that directly incentivize practices to withhold care are both addressed from a historical perspective.
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