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    • 1. • Autonomy • Reciprocity• Beneficence • Honesty• Nonmaleficence • Integrity• Justice • Worth of persons Principles Values Decision Making Teleology Cultural & Norms Deontology• Traditions • Categorical• Beliefs Imperative• Experiences • Utilitarianism• Social Contracts & • (Kant/Mill, etc) Laws
    • 2. Extrapolated Spokane Demographics17.7% Private Insurance 42% Medicare Eligible for26.3% Medicaid Uninsured 14%
    • 3. Hume, Solidarity7
    • 4. Goals & Objectives1. Quick Review of principles and values informing bioethics2. Recognize which patients in Spokane are affected by Medicare & Medicaid3. Discuss reasons Physicians opt-out of Medicare and Medicaid4. Raise awareness that there is an access to care barrier for these patients
    • 5. Bibliography1. Holt, G. Richard. Paper Session (220): Civic Engagement, Presented at ASBH14th Annual Meeting, Healthcare Providers Opting Out of, or Not Participatingin, Medicare—Who Represents the Elderly in this Ethical Dilemma?University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX2. Beauchamp and Childress. Pricnciples of Biomedical Ethics. Oxford UniversityPress, New York, 2001.3. Jonsen, et al. Clinical Ethics, 6th ed. McGraw-Hill, New York, 2006.4. Nussbaum, Martha, Rawls, John, Hume, Greggory. Various articles, found inClassics of Political and Moral Philosophy, ed. Steven M. Cain. Oxford UniversityPress, New York, 2002.http://clientdata.rda.dshs.wa.gov/Kaiser Family Foundation. http://www.statehealthfacts.org/http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/cats/health_nutrition/medicare_medicaid.htmlhttp://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hus/contents2011.htm#fig14
    • 6. Rhodes, Battin, Silvers Daniel Callahan Albert Jonsen 2006,2012, 2nd Ed. 1998, Rutgers University McGraw-Hill, 7th edOxford University Press PressSuggestions for Further Reading

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