Getting Doctors to Listen: Ethics and Outcomes Data in Context

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Index
Accountability, communicative
assumptions of, 218
contrast to standard accountability, 208-11
in health care, 205
justification for, 207
operationalizing, 218-20
physician/patient relationship, 217
truth in, 214
Accountability, standard
argument for, 211
certainty with, 216
contrast to communicative accountability, 208-11
physician/patient relationship, 217
physician's role in, 205
truth in, 214
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR)
Clinical Practice Guidelines,181
evidence of OME panel, 78-80
factors in guideline priorities, 72-73
glue ear guideline, 94
guideline panel composition, 76-78
methods to produce guidelines, 78
outcomes research and practice guidelines of, 208-9
ownership of OME guideline, 82-83
Patient Outcome Research Teams (PORT), 25
practice guidelines, 60-67, 71
selection of guideline topics, 73-74
Aging
medicalization of, 115
American College of Physicians (ACP)
guidelines for hormone therapy, 117-18
practice guidelines, 49-54
American Medical Association (AMA) technology assessment initiative, 23
Aristotle, 200
Autologous Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Registry-North America, 133
Bias
in outcomes data, 171-72
suspicion of, 7-10, 92
Biomedical model
disease in, 119
lack of quality of life focus in, 121
Bone marrow transplantion (BMT), 133
Breast cancer
advocacy groups, 143-44
social factors in HDC/ASCR for, 135-37
British Thoracic Society, 155
Cancer treatment
BMT as treatment for diffuse, 133
HDC/ASCR, 128-29
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), 103
Cataract surgery
process in creating RAND practice guidelines, 56-57
RAND literature review, 55-56

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