Glaser and Hamel offer readers an opportunity to step back from the ethical issues connected with modern health care and reflect on what we are doing, how we are doing it, and what impact our actions (and omissions) are having on the common good. While offering a new ethical paradigm that takes into account the three realms of ethical complexity (societal issues, institutional issues, and individual issues), this book offers articles for reflection and self-examination on various aspects of managed care, taking into account specific issues such as rationing, financial incentives, and full disclosure.We could, if we chose to do so, spend far more on health care. We could go from ... matter, declare superb health care to be the main goal of American society, and the delivery of health care our main industry. That is not ... There are practical political constraints on how much money can be spent on health care. Limits are anbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Realms of Managed Care|
|Author||:||Jack Glaser, John W. Glaser, Ronald P. Hamel|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 1997-01-01|