SARS and Hospital Priority Setting A Qualitative Case Study and Evaluation

Bell, J.A.H., Hyland, S., DePellegrin, T., et al. (2004). SARS and Hospital Priority Setting: A Qualitative Case Study and Evaluation. BMC Health Services Research. 4: 36.
The authors provide an analysis of SARS-related decision making along with recommendations for use of the "accountability for reasonableness" principles and ideas for future situations where information about the pathogen is rapidly evolving and decisions may be open to interpretation.
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