Volume 7, Number 4, December 1997

Table of Contents

From: Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal

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Special Issue: Ethical Challenges In Managed Care

Introduction

pp. vii-x
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Articles

Managed Care at the Bedside: How Do We Look in the Moral Mirror?

pp. 321-330
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What Care Should Be Covered?

pp. 331-336
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The Politics, Economics, and Ethics of "Appropriateness"

pp. 337-343
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State Regulation of Managed Care: Fragments of Reform

pp. 345-351
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Managed Care: How Economic Incentive Reforms Went Wrong

pp. 353-360
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Personal Privacy in the Health Care System: Employer-Sponsored Insurance, Managed Care, and Integrated Delivery Systems

pp. 361-376
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Managed Care and Informed Consent

pp. 377-379
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Managed Care, Medical Privacy, and the Paradigm of Consent

pp. 381-386
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Who Should Manage Care? The Case for Providers

pp. 387-389
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Who Should Manage Care? The Case for Patients

pp. 391-401
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Conscience and Conscientious Actions in the Context of MCOs

pp. 403-411
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Institutional Identity, Integrity, and Conscience

pp. 413-419
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Bibliography

Ethical Issues in Managed Care

pp. 421-426
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Contributors

p. vi
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