Response to Post 1
Before reading this post, I was preoccupied with the exploration of any shortcoming or critique within your ideas however I could not find anything like that because you supported your ideas with the authentic and reliable sources; one of them is a website whereas the other is scholarly journal. However, after deliberate painstaking I came across to a single question for clarifying subtle concerns; “A more successful system may require a shift in the American mindset towards stewardship and responsibility of others”, would this change in mindset be employed on the governmental figures or common people also require this shift? Is this rational shift is the only way to mitigate healthcare disparities among ideal and actual efforts? (Murray, 2010). I would like you to address these two concerns. Overall, you have written it quite well and I would specifically appreciate your attempt of settling your arguments on the reliable grounds of preexisting literature.
Response Post 2
Your topic of discussion is quite interesting and captivating for me because this issue has always been a central debate in medical world; is healthcare a right or privilege? After reading this post, I found a balanced perspective on this issue however following questions were raised after making a detailed analysis of your ideas; as you said the actuality of healthcare falls somewhere between these two extremities, can you please elaborate a bit that how does it happen? Are you conveying that it is neither a right nor a privilege? If it is both right and privilege then what is your opinion about its magnitude? I mean to say that is it more of a right of privilege? Secondly, is the provision of medicines and vaccines the only way to access the standard of primary care? And how holistic wellbeing can be achieved using these standards? (Shi, 2015).
Shi, L. (2015). Delivering health care in America: A systems approach (Sixth edition.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Murray, T. H. (2010). American values and health care reform. N Engl J Med., 362(4), 285-7. doi: 10.1056/NEJMp0911116.
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