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    What does justice mean in health care?

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    Justice means fair, equitable and rational. What does that really mean in regards to health care? People expect their fair share of access to health care. Discuss ways justice is affected by the different ethical models of utilitarianism, and rights based, duty based, or virtue based ethics.

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    Health care and justice would entail "all" citizens possessing access to affordable and quality healthcare that is capable of preventing diseases from occurring before they debilitate a citizens quality of life as ...

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    This solution discusses the different ethical models of justice within the context of an accessible health care system.

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