ISPRAD VI. International symposium. BERGEN (NOR), 1992/06/10.
U.S. federally imposed efforts to regulate joint venturing are a result of certain physician strategies to circumvent anti-kickback statutes by in vesting in clinics, labs, and facilities for self-referral.
This article addresses the ethical debate on physician ownership, MRI as an evolving modality, the 1989 Ethics in Patient Referrals Act and the subsequently released « safe harbors, » and finally, describes an existing model for physician/hospital ownership in an outpatient MRI facility.
Mots-clés Pascal : Exploration, Technique, Homme, Imagerie RMN, Ethique, Radiologue, Economie santé
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Exploration, Technique, Human, Nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, Ethics, Radiologist, Health economy
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