Ethical Principles - Choosing Wisely: Is Parsimonious Care 'Just' Rationing?
ON 1/25/19, THIS COURSE WILL BE CLOSED FOR REVIEW
Original Release Date: 1/26/2016 and Expiration Date: 1/26/2019
Enduring Material Author:
Leonard M. Fleck PhD
Professor of Philosophy and Medical Ethics, MSU College of Human Medicine
The author does not have a relevant relationship with a commercial interest.
- Video (1 hour)
- Critically assess the degree to which there is a distinction between parsimonious care and health care rationing
- Distinguish between just and unjust forms of health care rationing, as well as just and unjust forms of parsimonious care
- Distinguish parsimonious care choices that are congruent with the role of a physician as a loyal patient advocate from those that are not congruent with that role
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- Take the pre-test, view the material, and complete the post-test.
- Complete the evaluation and receive your CME certificate.
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Planning Committee Members –
Hemant Thawani, MD, Regina Waller, and Michelle Landis do not have a relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest.
Hemant Thawani, MD, Regina Waller, Sharon Williams, Susumu Inoue, MD, Khalid Ahmed, MD, Elmahdi Saeed, MD, Diane Welker, RN, and Kay Taylor, PhD do not have a relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest. Scott Kaatz, DO, does have a relevant financial relationship with: Boehringer-Ingelheim, Bristol Myers Squibb/Pfizer, Jansen/Johnson & Johnson, and Dallichi Sankyro as Consultant; Jansen/Johnson & Johnson, Boehringer-Ingelheim, and GlaxoSmithKline on their Speaker’s Bureau; and with Boehringer-Ingelheim, Bristol Myers Squibb, Bayer/Jansen/Johnson & Johnson, Eisai, Iverson Genetics Diagnostics/Medicare, and National Institute of Health as Grant/Research Support.
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