Democracy and Health
Quarterly Journal of Medicine 2005; 98(4): 299-304 [Online]. Accessed: http://papers.ssrn.com/ sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=950879 [2007 November 12]
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Health, Health Care, and Incompletely Theorized Agreements: A Normative Theory of Health Policy Decision Making Ruger, Jennifer Prah (2007-02)The years 2003-2004 marked the tenth anniversary of the rapid rise and demise of the Clinton administration's health reform efforts. Health reform may again be a political issue in the 2008 congressional and presidential ...
Ruger, Jennifer Prah (2008-10)I trace the evolution of ethical approaches to health policy in the United States and examine a number of critical unresolved issues pertaining to the current set of frameworks. Several themes emerge. First, fair procedures ...
Ruger, Jennifer Prah (2008-10)I argue that an ethical vision resting on explicitly articulated values and norms is critical to ensuring comprehensive health reform. Reform requires a consensus on the public good transcending self-interest and narrow ...