The Tracks We Leave: Ethics in Healthcare Management

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Health Administration Press, 2002 - Medical - 205 pages
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This work provides guidance to executives dealing with the competing values and moral conflicts inherent in healthcare, using cases, discussion, and essays to bring to life debates on issues such as medical errors, physician impairment, sexual harassment, workforce reduction, and patient safety. Cases illustrate what others in similar situations have done, and an epilogue discusses the effects of decisions. Perry has served as a healthcare management consultant to both national and international levels, and held management positions at the American College of Healthcare Executives. c. Book News Inc.

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