Ethical Challenges in Managed Care: A Casebook

By Karen Grandstrand Gervais; Reinhard Priester et al. | Go to book overview

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Karen G. Gervais, Ph.D., is Director of the Minnesota Center for Health Care Ethics and formerly the Coordinator of the Minnesota Network for Institutional Ethics Committees. She has been developing an ethical framework for a vertically integrated health care system with the Allina Health System and has collaborated with several other health care systems and organizations. Gervais is the author of Redefining Death, coauthor of The Use of Human Fetal Tissue: Scientific, Ethical, and Policy Concerns, and has also published numerous articles on managed care.
Kimberly K. Otte, J.D., M.A., is the public policy attorney for Allina Health System, where she monitors, drafts, and implements legislation and participates in the design and implementation of Allina's ethics initiative. Previously, Otte practiced health care law at the law firm of Halleland, Lewis, Nilan, Sipkins, and Johnson. She is adjunct faculty at William Mitchell College of Law and Hamline University School of Law.
Reinhard Priester, J.D., is a health policy consultant in Minneapolis and Associate for Health Policy at the Minnesota Center for Health Care Ethics. Priester has worked with academic institutions, governmental agencies, and private organizations on a variety of health policy and bioethics issues. His work concentrates on technology assessment and reimbursement issues, resource allocation, and ethics and health care reform.
Mary M. Solberg, Ph.D., M.S.W., is a member of the Religion Department of Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, and a Center Associate of the Minnesota Center for Health Care Ethics. She has also taught theology and ethics at Haverford College and the University of Pennsylvania. Solberg served as Project Editor for the Encyclopedia of Bioethics

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