Just Caring: Health Reform and Health Care Rationing
Fleck, Leonard M.
JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND PHILOSOPHY 1994 October; 19(5): 435- 443
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Fleck, Leonard M. (1994-10)Health reform must include health care rationing, both for reasons of fairness and efficiency. Few politicans are willing to accept this claim, including the Clinton Administration. Brown and others have argued that enormous ...
Just Caring: Gridlock and the Challenge of Health Reform Review of MEDICAL GRIDLOCK and HEALTH REFORM, by Eli Ginzberg; HEALTH CARE REFORM: A HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH, Edited by Audrey R. Chapman; and SELF-INTEREST and UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE: WHY WELL- INSURED AMERICANS SHOULD SUPPORT COVERAGE for EVERYONE, by Larry R. Churchill Fleck, Leonard M. (1995-09)
Fleck, Leonard M. (1994-08)This essay argues that our national efforts at health reform ought to be informed by eleven key lessons from Oregon. Specifically, we must learn that the need for health care rationing is inescapable, that any rationing process ...