Capitated Care: Is It Ethical? Capitated Care Is Ethical
Durfee, David A.
Archives of Ophthalmology. 1997 Sep; 115(9): 1194-1195.
Medicine is, at its center, a moral enterprise grounded in a covenant of trust. This covenant obliges physicians to be competent and to use their competence in the patient's best interests. Physicians, therefore, are both intellectually and morally obliged to act as advocates for the sick wherever their welfare is threatened and for their health at all times.
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