Health care reform and the patient-physician relationship

Orentlicher, David
February 1995
Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine;Winter95, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p141
Academic Journal
Focuses on the impact of health care reform to the patient-physician relationship in the United States. Risk of discontinuities in patient-physician relationships; Importance relationship continuity; Threats to continuity from health care reform; Division of the physician's duty of loyalty; Importance of the physician's duty of loyalty; Threat to physician loyalty from health care reform.


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