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    Mary R. Majumder
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by Mary R. Majumder (Author). At the Institute, Dr. Anderlik works on projects in the areas of managed care, disability, genetics, and privacy. Series: Medical Ethics.

by Mary R. ISBN-13: 978-0253338488. from Yale Law School, and a P. from Rice University. She spent a number of years as an associate in the Banking and Commercial Transactions group at Sidley & Austin.

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Start by marking The Ethics of Managed Care: A Pragmatic Approach as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In The Ethics of Managed Care, Anderlik favors a broad empiricism and a moral vision centered on values of democracy and community.

Mary R. Anderlik approaches managed care as a problem of organizations. ISBN13:9780253338488.

Standard approaches to the ethics of managed care fail to capture the complexity of the phenomenon. In particular, the view that managed care aligns with the business side of a fundamental. Similar books and articles. The Ethical Impacts of Managed Care. George W. Rimler & Richard D. Morrison - 1993 - Journal of Business Ethics 12 (6):493 - 501. The United States Health Care System Under Managed Care: How the Commodification of Health Care Distorts Ethics and Threatens Equity. Larry R. Churchill - 1999 - Health Care Analysis 7 (4):393-411. The Importance of Management for Understanding Managed Care.

Mary Anderlik Majumder. JD, PhD. Associate Professor Houston, Texas. Her dissertation on managed care was published by the Indiana University Press in 2001 (The Ethics of Managed Care: A Pragmatic Approach)

Mary Anderlik Majumder. Her dissertation on managed care was published by the Indiana University Press in 2001 (The Ethics of Managed Care: A Pragmatic Approach). She later completed a fellowship in Clinical Ethics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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oceedings{Anderlik1997TheEO, title {The ethics of managed care: A pragmatic approach}, author {Mary Ruth Anderlik}, year {1997} }. Mary Ruth Anderlik. Preliminary Table of Contents: Introduction 1. Managed Care as Social Experiment and Social Problem 2. Managed Care and the Medicine-Business Polemic 3. An Ethic for an Age of Organizations 4. Kaiser Permanente: An Organizational Character Study 5. The Market, Professionalism, and Cooperative Egalitarianism in Health Care 6. Making Sense of Managed Care Conclusion: The Future of Managed Care.

The Ethics of Managed Care: A Pragmatic Approach. 3 Mb. Negotiating Managed Care: A Manual for Clinicians. Категория: Медицина, Клиническая медицина. Категория: Экономика.

Majumder, Mary R. The Ethics of Managed Care: A Pragmatic Approach. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001. Malcolm, Andrew H. Someday: The Story of a Mother and Her Son. New York: Riverhead Books, 2002. Davis, Sampson, and Lisa Frazier Page. Living and Dying in Brick City: Stories from the Front Lines of an Inner-City . New York: Spiegel & Grau Trade Paperbacks, 2013. Life in the Balance: Emergency Medicine and the Quest to Reverse Sudden Death.

A Pragmatic Approach. Published August 15, 2001 by Indiana University Press. We tend to think of organizations and the problems they raise as newly arrived to health care.

Discussions of managed care frequently begin and end with an opposition between the Hippocratic ethic of dedication to patient welfare and a business ethic of self-interest in the service of efficiency. Mary R. Anderlik approaches managed care as a problem of organizations. Rejecting a simple "medicine vs. business" analysis, she directs attention to management as manipulation, the neglect of such personal goods as satisfaction in professional accomplishment, and organizational moral myopia.

In this account, "pragmatic" suggests practical idealism, not the jettisoning of principle in the interests of expediency. In The Ethics of Managed Care, Anderlik favors a broad empiricism and a moral vision centered on values of democracy and community. She describes how organizations can nourish or destroy openness, creativity, cooperation, and faithfulness―and display "virtues" such as justice, integrity, responsiveness, and efficiency, rightly understood. She uses community care clinics, asthma outreach programs, and new contexts for participatory decision-making to show the promise of managed care. She also explains the complexities of financial arrangements, arguing for an end to schemes that reward clinicians for providing less care and profiting from avoiding people who need a lot of it. The book concludes with a look at the future of managed care, proposing a program for reform.