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Contents Foreword: The Problems of Health Care Reform Preface Introduction: The Problems of Health Care Reform Timothy H. Engström and Wade L. Robison Part 1: Moral Commitments of Our Present System 1. The Moral Crisis in Health Care Wade L. Robison 2. Ethics, Justice, and Health Reform Howard Brody Part 2: Moral Implications of Market-Driven Reform 3. A Social Contract for Twenty-First Century Health Care: Three-Tier Health Care with Bounty Hunting Uwe E. Reinhardt 4. Corporatization of Health Care Lawrence W. White 5. ¿We Can¿t Be Nurses Anymore¿: The Loss of Community Health Nurses¿ Personhood in Market-Driven Health Care Tobie H. Olsan Part 3: Ethical and Political Implications of International Comparisons 6. Politics of Medical Care Reform in Mature Welfare States: What Are America¿s Prospects Now? Theodore Marmor 7. Citizens and Customers: Establishing the Ethical Foundations of the German and U.S. Health Care Systems Timothy H. Engström and Gerd Richter Part 4: Argument for Universal Principles of Health Care 8. Preparing for the Next Health Care Reform: Notes for an Interim Ethic Larry R. Churchill 9. A Cooperative Beneficence Approach to Health Care Reform Rory B. Weiner 10. Fairness and National Health Care Reform Norman Daniels Conclusion: Prospects for Reform Timothy H. Engström and Wade L. Robison Notes on Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Health care reform -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Health care reform -- Political aspects.
Health Care Reform -- ethics -- United States.
Health Policy -- United States.