Ethics in health services management / by Kurt Darr, J.D., Sc.D., LFACHE (The George Washington University, Washington, DC).Publisher: Baltimore : Health Professions Press, Inc., Copyright date: ©2019Edition: Sixth editionDescription: ix, 461 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781938870798 (pbk.); 1938870794 (pbk.)Subject(s): Health services administration -- Moral and ethical aspects | Medical ethics | Health Services Administration -- ethics | Ethics, MedicalGenre/Form: Case Reports Additional physical formats: Online version:: Ethics in health services managementDDC classification: 174/.2 LOC classification: RA 394 | .D35 2019
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-431) and index.
Considering moral philosophies and principles -- Resolving ethical issues -- Organizational values, vision, and mission -- Codes of ethics in health services -- Organizational responses to ethical issues -- Conflicts of interest and fiduciary duty -- Ethical issues regarding organization and staff -- Ethical issues regarding patients and community -- Consent -- Dying and death -- Patient autonomy and the paradigm of physician-assisted suicide -- Ethics in marketing and managing care -- Ethics in resource allocation -- Social responsibility.