Mark D. White
The latest issue of The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (40/3, Fall 2012) features a symposium titled "The Health Care Reform Law (PPACA): Controversies in Ethics and Policy," based on a conference held at the Medical University of South Carolina in October 2011 and organized as a group of point-counterpoint discussions focusing on "the responsibilities of individuals versus those of society to provide health care, the morality of market-based health care reforms, the effectiveness of consumer-driven health care reforms, and the role of the principle of justice in grounding health care reform" ("Introduction," p. 523).
Introduction (Robert M. Sade)
Medical Responsibility (Ronald Hamowy)
Market-Based Reforms in Health Care Are Both Practical and Morally Sound (James Stacey Taylor)
No Theory of Justice Can Ground Health Care Reform (Griffin Trotter)