In our system of healthcare, there are many ways to access care and to pay for it. However, in general, if you do not have health insurance or a lot of money, you probably have a hard time getting it. In fact, some believe that we have created a system of haves and have-nots. It becomes even more difficult when children are involved in this have/have-not system. We all want our children to be healthy and happy. However, when you don't have health insurance or can't pay out of pocket, you may find that you have to make hard choices about paying bills or taking your child to the doctor. There are programs in place that some low-income families qualify for. It offers some level of care. However, as with most government programs, the majority of people don't quite meet the eligibility criteria.
Do you feel that when it comes to children, we should provide care for them regardless of the parent's ability to pay? Do we benefit as a society when all of our children are healthy? Please provide references and a min of 250+ words.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:05 am ad1c9bdddf
It is my belief that we should provide care for children regardless of the parent's ability to pay. The fact of the matter is, the parents' inability to pay for health insurance should not result in a child having to suffer. In America, children are unable to work and therefore, depend on their parents for the majority of their day to day expenses. Where parents are unable to provide in regards to healthcare, the government (state or federal) should step in to ensure the health of society. One important step in ...
This solution provides an overview of the benefits to providing all children with healthcare regardless of a parent's ability to pay. References used are included.