The Doctor's Master
Levinsky, Norman G.
New England Journal of Medicine 1984 December 13; 311(24): 1573-1575
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Levinsky, Norman G. (1984-12-13)The author, a physician, states that doctors are under increasing pressure to factor social considerations, such as cost, into medical decisions. He argues that physicians are obligated to do all they can for their patients ...
21st Bethesda Conference: Ethics in Cardiovascular Medicine, Oct 5-6, 1989. Task Force III: Perspectives on the Allocation of Limited Resources in Cardiovascular Medicine Ryan, Thomas J.; Graham, Thomas P.; Annas, George J.; DeMaria, Anthony N.; Fost, Norman C.; Fuster, Valentin; Harvey, John Collins; Levinsky, Norman G.; McCullough, Laurence B.; Rettig, Richard A.; Schwartz, William J.; Sundwall, David N.; Talner, Norman S.; Wigle, E. Douglas; Willman, Vallee L. (1990-07)
Levinsky, Norman G. (1990-06-21)Suggestions for reducing health care costs in the United States by explicit rationing have included proposals to use age as a criterion for allocating resources in medical care. In this Sounding Board essay, Levinsky critically ...