Name Professor Course Date Federal or Statement Involvement in Healthcare Ethical Decision-making There has been a concern whether the state government or federal states should be involved in the decision-making in medical and technological advancements. The new technological and medical advancement in the United States of America has presented the federal government or the state governments with emerging ethical paradox. Failure by the regulations and laws to govern the healthcare system. Therefore there is need for the government to provide ethical guidelines and oversight on policy issues to determine how medical and technological developments cut across the diverse disciplinary perspectives in the society. Work cited Getz Linn. Sustainable and responsible preventive medicine: Conceptualising ethical dilemmas arising from clinical implementation of advancing medical technology. Det medisinske fakultet 2006. [...]
Almost every medical or technological advance seems to be accompanied by new and vexing ethical dilemmas. Yet, the United States has no structure in place to resolve such issues. Should the federal or state governments take responsibility for ethical decision-making and for protecting the public?If neither, what might be other options for providing ethical guidelines and oversight?