Towards a Two Tier Health System in the Netherlands: How to Put Theory into Practice

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 20 (6):617-630 (1995)
The Dutch health care system is developing a two, or multiple, tier system. How can moral principles be of help in assessing whether this is the right track? Instead of dismissing as unhelpful the principles that have been suggested so far and exchanging them for other, usually more complex, principles, it is suggested that the methods of moral inquiry be reconsidered. Keywords: diversification in health care, health care financing, public and private responsibility in health care CiteULike Connotea What's this?
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