Achieving equality: healthcare governance in transition.

@article{Trubek2003AchievingEH,
  title={Achieving equality: healthcare governance in transition.},
  author={Louise G. Trubek and Maya Das},
  journal={American journal of law & medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={29 2-3},
  pages={
          395-421
        }
}
INTRODUCTION Healthcare is not immune to the deeply rooted inequalities in American society. To this day, racial and ethnic differences exist in the quality and outcomes of healthcare that cannot be attributed to socioeconomic or other healthcare access factors. Lawyers committed to social justice have long dedicated energy and attention to these continued disparities. As a lawyer litigating against segregation in healthcare facilities noted in 1966, "The treatment accorded Negroes by Southern… CONTINUE READING

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