Summary A mother brings her son into the emergency room (ER) during an asthma attack. Both parents work but still cannot afford medical coverage for him or themselves. They also earn too much money to qualify for state or federal assistance. The boy is treated for his asthma attack and they leave the hospital. However they return in two weeks for the same situation. Ethical Issue From the case the situation is damaging to both the child and the parents. The child is unable to receive adequate medical care since the parents cannot afford a medical coverage for him. Therefore the son is likely to suffer more asthma attacks given the parents’ financial status. The decision involves a choice between a good and a bad alternative. The parents work but earn an insufficient amount for a medical cover for themselves proportionately (The Justice Approach) State and Federal health care assistance is given to all who are not able to afford medical coverage regardless of their earnings is the option that best serves the community as a whole not just some members (The Common Good Approach) Provision of subsidized healthcare services to the boy considering the financial situation of the parents is the option (The Virtue Approach) Decision and Test It Considering all the State and Federal health care assistance given to all who are not able to afford medical coverage regardless of their earnings is the option that best addresses the situation. If I told someone I respect or told a television audience the option that best addresses the situation they would think it is illogical as people might stop working to improve their lives by overlying on the government. [...]
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