38 J.L. Med. & Ethics [i] (2010)

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The Effects of Health Information
Technology on the Physician-
Patient Relationship
6  Intr-oduction Mlilssa AL Goldste'in anld
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7  The Hippocratic Bargain and Health
Information Technology Mark A. Rothstein?
14  Health IT and Solo Practice: A Love-Huate
Relatioship JosepL.  Heyma
17  The Impact of cebn 2.0 o the Doctor-Patient
Relationship BernardmLon Ra  L ay Par 
27  Health Information Technology and the Idea of
Informed Consent Melissa y Goldstin
36  The Physician-Patient Relationship and a
Alining Ethics with Medical Decision-MakiU:         National Health Information NetworI
The Quest for Mnformed Patient Choice       Leslie Pickering Frlcis
Benjamin Moulton andJaimer S. King
Television Food Marketing to Children    50Health Informnation Exchange in Memphis:
Revsitd: he edeal rad ComisionHastheImpact on the Phyvsician-Patient Relationship
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Consitutionalo atd Statutoryo Authlority to RegulatRo
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5 Ethics, Information Technology, and Public
ThIne~me Consentme Molfs M.iea GoldsteinI
TFHealth: New Challenges for the Clinician-Patient
Neurvo-Imaginig Research: Framjewrk andb
Recommend1111 latioNs Erica K R          RelationslHip  Kelnth W I T GoodmanN
State Tort Reformnsand Hospital Malpractice Costs  64Deasan       itmares: Priactical anid Ethiical
Charles R. Elligton, Martey1i Dodoo, Robert Phillips,  Issues foi Patients and Physicis Using Personal
Ronald, Sza bat, Larryl Green, andKim Bullock     HelhRcrsMthw            yi1n yeDn
50Health Infiormsaftion w Exchange ino M   ephis:
Phytosicians' RiganaRConscienne -
Beyonld Politics, Azgad Gold    74  Prescription Data Mining and the Protection of
Patients' Interests David OrtClicei-
The 2008 DeKnaratio of oelsinki
First amonng Equatlis in Research Ethics?
An      d and Hita arald Scoidt
The 200s DPlusatioreo Hnliieki.

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