The Acts of Convention
Resolved, That this 71st General Convention of the Episcopal Church adopt the following four principles as the position of the Episcopal Church regarding health care:
That universal access to quality, cost effective, health care services be considered necessary for everyone in the population.
That "quality health care" be defined so as to include programs in preventive medicine, where wellness is the first priority.
That "quality health care" include interdisciplinary and interprofessional components to insure the care of the whole person--physiological, spiritual, psychological, social.
That "quality health care" include the balanced distribution of resources so that no region of the country is underserved.
|Citation:||General Convention, Journal of the General Convention of...The Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, 1994 (New York: General Convention, 1995), p. 288.|