The view of ethical astuteness introduced and outlined in this paper aims to add value for a firm in the healthcare business – with a particular application to a for-profit organization providing dialysis services – by addressing two chief concerns: A.) The competing priorities between the patient’s interest in the healthcare encounter and the investor’s interest in generating a return on profits; and B.) The vulnerabilities of a financially-conflicted, for-profit healthcare provider to an allegation of medical malpractice.
Perry, Joshua E.
"For Patients and Profits: Ethical Astuteness and the Business of Dialysis,"
Belmont Law Review: Vol. 2:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://repository.belmont.edu/lawreview/vol2/iss1/2