Managed Care on Trial explores the ethical and legal issues that arise from managed care and offers a prescription for the eroding confidence in the system by resorting trust, integrity and accountability.
Mark O. Hiepler, JD states, “A comprehensive resource to which caregivers, healthcare executives, attorneys, as well as the general public can look to get clarification, insight, and direction.”
Arnold S. Relman MD, Professor Emeritus of Medicine and of Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Editor-in-Chief Emeritus New England Journal of Medicine states, “It is a valuable and timely contribution that will help general readers as well as professionals, better to understand current problems under managed care an their potential solutions.”
“Ethical and Legal Issues in Home Health and Long-Term Care” gives home health care providers practical approaches to the ethical and legal issues unique to home health care. The author provide a sophisticated yet practical framework for developing and applying an ethics action plan.
This comprehensive, up-to-date guide is based on the work of trendsetters in diverse areas of healthcare who have put their ideas into action and gives them a framework for sorting out the issues, and explores the current legal issues and their implications for managed healthcare.