Principles for Assessing the Ethics of "Managed Care" Arrangements
Bioethics Outlook 2000 December; 11(4): 8-15
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Povar, Gail J.; Blumen, Helen; Daniel, John; Daub, Suzanne; Evans, Lois; Holm, Richard P.; Levkovich, Natalie; McCarter, Alice O.; Sabin, James; Snyder, Lois; Sulmasy, Daniel; Vaughan, Peter; Wellikson, Laurence D.; Campbell, Amy (2004-07-20)Cost pressures and changes in the health care environment pose ethical challenges and hard choices for patients, physicians, policymakers, and society. In 2000 and 2001, the American College of Physicians, with the Harvard ...
Thomasma, David C. (1996)Health care reform involves ethical issues on many levels. First, the impetus to reform the health care system stems in large part from concerns about equity, just distribution of goods and services, and commitments to ...