The tracks we leave: ethics and management dilemmas in healthcare

Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press (2020)
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Through a series of essays and cases based on real-life experiences, this book explores the interrelatedness of ethics and management and helps healthcare professionals at all levels of an organization overcome barriers to ethical decisions.

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