However, I think due to the nature and large scope of this debate, people are beginning to lose focus on what the actual purpose and goal of this debate is. As the author mentioned that many people are zoning out because it is getting too complicated. I find it unfortunate but I have been one of those people. Every time I hear of the debate, it is brought up in a completely new light which totally confused be over time. However, after reading more and more about it, I can see that due to the long period of time given for discussion about this issue, focus has totally shifted from being about fair healthcare coverage for all people to the selfish reasons for which the debaters are picking their sides.
The reason I say this is Too Much Too Soon was a quote from the article that means to me is by Obama taking so much from the Medicaid system it did not benefit for the senior citizens it hurt senior citizens. These senior citizens have to use other family member’s prescriptions because they cannot afford their own prescription co payments and end up harming themselves in the outcome. This brings me to a quote from the article “Too much, Too soon? Will be a godsend to uninsured diabetics who have had to struggle in order to pay for their daily medications or the ones who have to stop because it’s too costly. The research has a level of about 7.5 percent with lowest rate of heart rate problems or deaths”.
"At each stage - kidney, heart, liver and so forth - ethical considerations have been considered, especially with the heart, which was a major, major problem for many people and scientists. "And the brain, because of its uniqueness poses a major, major ethical issue as far as the public and even the profession is concerned." 'Scientifically misleading' The arguments against head and brain transplants were outlined by Dr Stephen Rose, director of brain and behavioural research at the Open University. He said: "This is medical technology run completely mad and out of all proportion to what's needed. "It's entirely misleading to suggest that a head transplant or a brain transplant is actually really still connected in anything except in terms of blood stream to the body to which it has been transplanted.
I was not aware that several individuals were not obtaining the care they require for the reason they could not pay for it and couldn’t find insurance. The biggest influence is the health care price, health care entrance, and the consequences from it (Wood, R., 2009, p. 1). I’ve knowledge that breaking the HIPAA policies can result in punishment along with the government laws. Role of Technology Technology will perform a big position in the medical business from security, new services ideas and diagnosing patients, contacting patients and keeping touch. It will assist to make sure the obedience in the legal condition of health care and it will assist to decreased the costs and provide a superior care than before (Finnegan, 2012) Technology will assist with more communication services, electronic medical records, and more computers doctors order entry solutions and many more things than before (Finnegan, 2012).
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