Prioriteit voor patienten met een lagere levenskwaliteit

Filosofie En Praktijk 31:40-51 (2010)
Alex Voorhoeve
London School of Economics
This paper critically analyses the priority-setting rules used by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UK and proposed by the Netherlands' Council on Public Health and Health Care (RVZ). It argues that neither gives proper weight to improving the lot of those who are worse off than others.
Keywords Equality  Fair distribution in health care
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