March 1993
Volume 74, Number 2

Integrated delivery networks offer care givers the opportunity to provide patient-focused care.

The Federally Qualified Health Center program helps hospitals improve services to the medically indigent.

An outreach program in Cedar Rapids, IA, uses an integrated approach to break down barriers to care.

The first in a four-part excerpt of a Catholic Health Association document looks at the cultural context framing the euthanasia debate.

The concrete norm opposing euthanasia should be a matter of public policy.

Physicians' roles in caring for the terminally ill preclude the use of euthanasia.

An ethicist at St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, MO, presents a process for determining when to withdraw or continue life-sustaining medical treatment.