The hippocratic underground: Civil disobedience and health care reform

Hastings Center Report 35 (1):38-45 (2005)

: Health care reform is bottled up. Socially responsible physicians, forced to curtail care to uninsured patients, should respond with organized, open defiance, by billing the costs of the care to the accounts of patients covered under Medicaid or Medicare. Reverse cost-shifting: maybe it could work, certainly it would be justified
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