Rationing of Health Care -- Who Determines Who Gets the Cure, When, Where, and Why?
Frazier, William D.
Annals of Health Law. 1993; 2: 95-99.
Healthcare rationing means the equitable distribution of limited healthcare resources. The means of distribution and the manner in which these choices are made varies depending on each person's perspective. Rationing already occurs in the United States in areas such as organ transplantation.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Frazier, William D. (1993)
Mental Health Care for Youth: Who Gets It? How Much Does It Cost? Who Pays? Where Does the Money Go? Unknown author (RAND Health, 2001)
Stock, Robert (1985)