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    What are some ethical issues regarding the allegation that specialty hospitals are not economically justified because "they don't provide services to the poor"?

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    This can really be looked at from both sides. When we look at the statement that "specialty hospitals cannot be justified because they do not provide services to the poor", we can assume that the intention is that from an economic standpoint, it would be ethically justifiable to shut specialty hospitals down or to have them expand services to include the poor. However, we can easily make the argument because those receiving specialty services at the hospital would be out of a service ...

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    The solution provides a detailed discussion examining if specialty hospitals are not economically justified because "they don't provide services to the poor. References are also provided.

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