Universal Healthcare: The Moral and Economic Argument For Universal Healthcare - Making The Argument For Universal Healthcare In 15 Minutes or Less

October 4, 2018|
Universal Healthcare: The Moral and Economic Argument For Universal Healthcare - Making The Argument For Universal Healthcare In 15 Minutes or Less
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Is Healthcare A Privilege or a Right?
Time and time again we have heard this question asked, as if there could be no other answer.

In this very short read the author makes the argument that universal healthcare is neither a right nor a privilege.

Universal Healthcare Is A Moral Imperative and Economic Necessity.

He demonstrates why a highly developed society has a moral imperative to seek to provide healthcare for its citizens in accordance with its resources. He further makes the argument why in a highly developed society it is economically prudent for that society to provide basic healthcare to all its citizens.

We may disagree somewhat on the vehicle to deliver universal healthcare but whatever that vehicle is, it has to be made equally available to everyone with equal access. Anything short of that in a developed society is playing only to dogma rather than making the right choices to address the reality of human existence - we are all susceptible to illness and the responsible approach is to develop the most suitable approach that will mitigate the damages this reality can do to the society.

This is a very short read that should give you food for thought even if you do not agree or align with the arguments presented.

Title:Universal Healthcare: The Moral and Economic Argument For Universal Healthcare - Making The Argumen...Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 4, 2018Publisher:Peta Jane KayesLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0463040465

ISBN - 13:9780463040461

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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