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Cheshire, W. P., Jr. (2017). Telemedicine and the ethics of medical care at a distance. Ethics & Medicine, 33(2), 71-75. Telemedicine has expanded and brings ethical considerations with it. This article offers a good foundation.
Gagnon, K., & Sabus, C. (2015). Professionalism in a digital age: Opportunities and considerations for using social media in health care. Physical Therapy, 95(3), 406–414. Social media is part of everyday life and that includes healthcare. This article explores social media from the perspective of professionalism.
McGreevey, J. D., III, Hanson, C. W., III, & Koppel, R. (2020). Clinical, legal, and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence–assisted conversational agents in health care. JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, 324(6), 552–553. Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming widely adopted in many healthcare organizations. This JAMA article is a must read on the legal and ethical considerations related to AI.
Soril, L. J. J., Clement, F. M., & Noseworthy, T. W. (2016). Bioethics, health technology reassessment, and management. Health Management Forum, 29(6), 275-278. This short article offers a sound approach to exploring the bioethics perspective of technology.
Talal, A. H., Sofikitou, E. M., Jaanimägi, U., Zeremski, M., Tobin, J. N., & Markatou, M. (2020). A framework for patient-centered telemedicine: Application and lessons learned from vulnerable populations. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 112. One of the key considerations that is unique to healthcare is the service to vulnerable populations. This article offers key insights into the impact of telemedicine for vulnerable populations.
Tarzian, A. J., & Wocial, L. D. (2015). A code of ethics for health care ethics consultants: Journey to the present and implications for the field. American Journal of Bioethics, 15(5), 38–51. This article presents an applied view for a code of ethics in action.