Legal and ethical aspects of health care for the elderly
Published in cooperation with the American Society of Law and Medicine [by] Health Administration Press, 1985 - Law - 322 pages
This reference examines fundamental legal and ethical aspects of health care for the elderly, dealing with questions such as how health care to the elderly should be delivered, and by whom, and at what price; whether the elderly have a right to access to health care, and many others.
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Health Care for the Elderly
Ethical Issues Equitable Distribution
Assuring Access to LongTerm Care
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