6 edition of Ethical Challenges in Managed Care found in the catalog.
January 15, 1999
by Georgetown University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Karen Grandstrand Gervais (Editor), Reinhard Priester (Editor), Dorothy E. Vawter (Editor), Kimberly K. Otte (Editor), Mary M. Solberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
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Managed Care: Some Basic Ethical Issues Not a few critics utter prophetic indictments against managed care organizations, programs, or plans. However, my ethical concerns are aimed at certain policies and practices in many managed care organi-zations (hereafter MCOs), rather than at MCOs as such. MCOs are. How Managed Care Can Be Ethical. Lauren Randel, it acknowledges that there is no “once-and-for-all solution” to the current challenges. While some conflicts in values may be fundamentally Cited by:
Ethical challenges to clinical practice presented by trends in managed care are discussed in relation to the American Counseling Association () Code of . Managed care organizations are faced with a daunting task of balancing fiscal responsibility with social responsibility. This book offers a glimpse of the struggle. I found it reasonably sensitive to current issues while challenging healthcare to consider the ethical question from inception to .
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Through twenty case studies that provide snapshots of a wide range of ethical challenges, this book explores the goals, methods, and practices of managed care.
Accompanying each case are questions for consideration and a pair of commentaries by prominent contributors from. Read the full-text online edition of Ethical Challenges Ethical Challenges in Managed Care book Managed Care: A Casebook ().
Through twenty case studies that illustrate a wide range of ethical challenges, this book explores the goals, methods, & practices of managed care, & offers practical guidance for addressing the ethical & policy issues inherent in such a system.
Ethical Issues in Managed Care: Guidelines for Clinicians and Recommendations to Accrediting Organizations by Joan D. Biblo, Myra J. Christopher, Linda Johnson, and Robert Lyman Potter A basic managed care concept is that managed care providers help keep treatment costs down, for the ben-efitof each patient and of the membership as a Size: KB.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Susan S. Braithwaite, MD (Luther Midelfort Mayo Health Systems) Description: The book is a collection of twenty cases that demonstrate recurring ethical challenges derived from managed care.
Commentaries by authorities in the fields of ethics, medicine, and healthcare management follow each : $ The rapid rise of managed care in the United States has introduced new complexities into ethical dilemmas in health care by changing the traditional relationships among health plans, payers, providers, and patients.
Through twenty case studies that provide snapshots of a wide range of ethical challenges, this book explores the goals, methods Author: Karen G. Gervais. Ethical Challenges provides information and activities to help individuals or groups think through Socio-biologists say that people are born with the capacity to care for others because that this book explore both, but most try to clarify what it File Size: 1MB.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: Ethical challenges in managed care --Balancing a plan's obligations to individual patients and its enrolled population --Coverage of emergency services --Coverage of investigational interventions for life-threatening conditions.
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Ethical Challenges in Managed Care by Karen Grandstand Gervais,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. approximately million Americans were enrolled in some form of managed health care in The current paper describes the evolution of managed care, common practices in managed care, and ethical issues inherent to working in a managed mental health care : Kolina J.
Delgado. The Ethical Way: Challenges and Solutions for Managed Behavioral Healthcare Throughout the book, moreover, a blue-ribbon panel of industry experts, including consumer advocates, managed care executives, providers, government officials, medical ethicists, and legal scholars, offers insightful and wise commentary on the story.
Together the Cited by: Ethical Challenges in the Management of Health Information is the first book that provides comprehensive evaluation and guidance on the ethical issues emerging as a result of technological advances in health information management.
It provides a framework to guide individuals in deciding the best course of action for ethical dilemmas in health information. With the advent of managed care, counseling psychologists are encountering vexing ethical issues.
These issues arise not only for practitioners but for researchers, educators, and trainers as well. In this article, the authors briefly describe the evolution of managed care and review basic biomedical ethics and ethical decision-making by: Does managed care represent the death knell for the ethical provision of medical care.
Much of the current literature suggests as much. In this essay I argue that the types of ethical conflicts brought on by managed care are, in fact, similar to those Cited by: 6.
ethical issues when working in or contracting with managed care organizations. The authors review the process involved in ethical decision making and problem solving and focus on 4.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: LouAnn Schraffenberger, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P(Advocate Health Care) Description: This second edition updates the ethical challenges of managing and protecting health information with new chapters related to end-of-life issues, electronic health information management, vendor interactions, and management.
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Ethical conflicts that could arise for physicians operating in managed care health systems have been well documented. 2,3,10,12,39,40 Most primary care physicians in the survey group believe that managed care diminishes the ability of the physician to place the patient's interest first and to avoid conflicts of interest between patients and Cited by:.
Mental illness is the poor, and somehow "damaged," cousin to physical ailments in the eyes of too many in our society.
Compare the difference in how people would respond to someone who had fallen and broken their leg on the street, to how most react to those mentally ill among us, on those same streets, who spend their winters on steam grates and forage for food in dumpsters.A reemphasis of managed care’s moral mission is essential for enabling physicians, patients, payers and policymakers to fulfill their new role and to preserve the fidelity of the doctor-patient relationship.
Goals and Objectives •To review the principle features of managed care. •To understand the ethical assumptions implicit in managed care.Managing Managed Care draws evidence-based conclusions about the effectiveness of behavioral health treatments and makes recommendations that address consumer protections, quality improvements, structure and financing, roles of public and private participants, inclusion of special populations, and ethical issues.