Managed Care and End-of-Life Decisions: Learning to Live Ungagged
Kuczewski, Mark G.
Archives of Internal Medicine. 1998 Dec 7-21; 158(22): 2424-2428.
Allowing to Die; Case Studies; Communication; Consent; Decision Making; Disclosure; Economics; Ethicists; Family Members; Family Relationship; Health; Health Care; Health Insurance; Hospices; Informed Consent; Insurance; Life; Managed Care Programs; Managed Care; Managers; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Patient Transfer; Physician's Role; Professional Role; Records; Social Workers; Technical Expertise; Terminal Care; Time Factors;
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