FINDING the locus for ethical responsibility in the realm of managed care has become great sport among medical and health care organizations in recent years. Initially, conference programs designed to explore this subject focused on identifying and assigning blame for the problems associated with managed care. More recent programs contain civil and reflective analysis of the complexity of the problems and discussions of potential solutions.
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