A Role for Stakeholder Ethics in Meeting the Ethical Challenges Posed by Managed-Care Organizations
HEC (HealthCare Ethics Committee) Forum. 1999 Dec; 11(4): 306-322.
Administrators; Business Ethics; Conflict of Interest; Contracts; Disclosure; Economics; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Institutional Ethics; Legal Aspects; Managed Care Programs; Medical Ethics; Moral Obligations; Managed Care; Organizations; Physician Patient Relationship; Professional Ethics; Quality of Health Care;
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A Role for Stakeholder Ethics in Meeting the Ethical Challenges Posed by Managed-Care Organizations Illingworth, Patricia (1999-12)
Illingworth, Patricia (2000-02)I argue that because bluffing, puffing, and spinning are features of corporate life, they are likely to characterize the doctor-patient relationship in managed care medicine. I show that managed-care organizations (MCOs) ...
Illingworth, Patricia (2000-02)