Ethics and the Business of Biomedicine

Ethics and the Business of Biomedicine

by Denis G. Arnold
     
 

Distinguished scholars of bioethics and business ethics discuss justice in relation to business-friendly strategies in the delivery of health care.See more details below

Overview

Distinguished scholars of bioethics and business ethics discuss justice in relation to business-friendly strategies in the delivery of health care.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521748223
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
07/06/2009
Pages:
302
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, 1. Medicine and the market Daniel Callahan; 2. Broken promises: do business friendly strategies frustrate just health care? Norman Daniels; 3. Are patents an efficient and internationally fair means of funding research and development for new medicines? Paul Menzel; 4. The exploitation of the economically disadvantaged in pharmaceutical research disclosure Tom L. Beauchamp; 5. The dangers of detailing: how pharmaceutical marketing threatens health care Jason Hubbard; 6. The ethics of direct to consumer pharmaceutical advertising Denis G. Arnold; 7. Industry-funded bioethics and the limits of disclosure Carl Elliott; 8. Two cheers for the pharmaceutical industry Richard T. De George; 9. The third face of medicine: ethics and business and challenges to professionalism Mary V. Rorty, Patricia Werhane, and Ann Mills; 10. Theoretical foundations for an organizational ethics: developing norms for a new kind of health care George Khushf; 11. A crisis in medical professionalism: time for Flexner II Daniel Wikler; Bibliography; Index.

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