Respect and Trustworthiness in the Patient-Provider-Machine Relationship: Applying a Relational Lens to Machine Learning Healthcare Applications

American Journal of Bioethics 20 (11):51-53 (2020)
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Healthcare delivery is an interpersonal endeavor. In every clinical interaction, providers have an ethical obligation to show respect to their patients, and ideally over time these interactions lea...



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