Can health care rationing ever be rational

The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 04/13/2012

Gruenewald DA – At the patient–care level, careful discussions about the benefits and burdens of medical intervention and support for slow medicine — a gentle, family–centered care approach for frail elders — can do much to avoid harming these patients with aggressive yet unwanted medical care while reducing wasteful spending.

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