The Ethical Implications of Health Spending: Death and Other Expensive Conditions
Barnato, Amber E
The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2011 Summer; 39(2): 121-9
The cost of health care in the United States has important generational considerations whether analyzed at a point in time, or over many years. The budgets of governments contain important information about the funding of public services, including health care, and the intra- and inter-generational implications of both the inherent tradeoffs, and the particular means of funding the services. End-of-life expenditures, while a significant component of the cost of health care, are not the primary consideration in the ethical or moral questions raised.
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