Health Care Ethics: USA
Catholic Health Association
This analysis outlines key aspects that may be included in the infrastructure of clinically integrated networks. The paper then provides a moral analysis of these aspects using the principle of moral cooperation. While CINs may differ from each other in the details of how they are organized, the analysis concludes that clinically integrated networks, as a model, should pose no new problems from the perspective of Catholic teaching and may, in fact, provide a new answer to the challenges of partnering
with non-Catholic health care providers.
Lysaught, M. Therese. Clinically Integrated Networks: A Cooperation Analysis. Health Care Ethics: USA, 23, 4: 6-20, 2015. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Institute of Pastoral Studies: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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