Rage and Reconciliation: Inspiring a Health Care Revolution
In these intense and searing essays, a lawyer describes her seesawing emotions over a misdiagnosis of what she was told was an inoperable tumor; a physician formerly employed by an HMO rails at the accepted practice of managed-care organizations finding legal loopholes to trump a patient's needs; a physician wrestles with the idea of doctors policing themselves, knowing he is powerless to prevent the mistakes of an incompetent colleague.
This new book includes all of the essays originally published in the journal, with the addition of five new essays and a CD containing professional readings of three of the works and a panel discussion of the ethical issues raised by the essays.
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