Medical care as a public accommodation: Moving the discussion to race
American Journal of Law and Medicine
Volume 29, Issue 2-3
Disabled Persons--legislation & jurisprudence; Ethnic Groups; Health Policy--legislation & jurisprudence; Civil Rights
This article explores the concept of public accommodation in a civil rights context and presents an argument for revising the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to extend public accommodation obligations to private health care providers and the health care industry as a whole.
Teitelbaum, J., Rosenbaum, S. (2003). Medical care as a public accommodation: moving the discussion to race. American Journal of Law and Medicine, 29(2-3), 381-394.