The New Health Care for Profit: Doctors and Hospitals in a Competitive Environment

Pirmais vāks
National Academies Press, 1983. gada 1. janv. - 178 lappuses
An introduction to the new health care for profit. Legal differences between investor-owned and nonprofit health care institutions. Wall Street and the for-profit hospital management companies. When investor-owned corporations buy hospitals: some issues and concerns. Physician involvement in hospital decision making. Economic incentives and clinical decisions. Ethical dilemmas of for-profit enterprise in health care. Secondary income from recommended treatment: should fiduciary principles constrain physician behavior?
 

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An Introduction to the New Health Care for Profit
1
Legal Differences Between InvestorOwned and Nonprofit Health
17
Wall Street and the ForProfit Hospital Management Companies
35
Some Issues and
51
Physician Involvement in Hospital Decision Making
73
Economic Incentives and Clinical Decisions
103
Ethical Dilemmas of ForProfit Enterprise in Health Care
125
Should Fiduciary
153
Biographical Sketches of Contributors
171
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