In this collection of essays, the distinguished medical sociologist
Eliot Freidson examines the current status of the American medical
profession. Showing that present-day health care policies and
increasingly restrictive health insurance contracts adversely
affect both doctor-patient and colleague relationships, Freidson
offers a number of controversial proposals designed to avoid
dehumanization of patients while reducing costs.
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