[Name of the Writer]
[Name of the Institution]
Claim: It is wrong for a person to report a false claim for certain financial gain from an insurance company.
My Position: I disagree with that claim. I believe it is wrong.
Support For My Position: It is a fact that insurance companies mostly don't accept the claim of their clients (Tennyson, 2008). Most people find their ways to convince them and accept their claims. The insurance companies are doing wrong in certain cases. However it doesn't mean that a person should also do what is considered as wrong and unethical. The false claims are unethical, and a person should avoid being unethical for a small financial gain. The company policy and terms and conditions are disclosed to the client. The client should study all the conditions thoroughly before signing the agreement.
Analysis: This is a deductive argument. Both the premises of the argument use the deductive approach. The claim and evidence are general and not targeted specifically Janes who recorded the false claim for her car damages.
Claim: It is quite logical to invest more in the project that returns more to the organization.
My Position: I believe it is right. I agree with this claim.
Support For My Position: As the population is growing the health-related issues are also soaring with great pace. The hospitals are have invested a huge amount of money on different ICUs such as the adult medical care units (MICU) and neonatal critical care units (NICU) (Capan et al., 2016). If one of the department is earning and its cost-benefit analysis is showing a better number. The hospital administration should invest more in that department. Moreover, the hospitals incur a huge amount of expenses so that the profitable department could contribute to the overall cost of the hospital.
Analysis: This is a deductive argument. Both the premises of the argument were deductive. The focus of my analysis was to discuss the issues of health care units generally. The cost benefits analysis indicated the NICU is earning more for the hospital.
Capan, M., Hoover, S., Jackson, E. V., Paul, D., & Locke, R. (2016). Time series analysis for forecasting hospital census: Application to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Applied clinical informatics, 7(02), 275-289.
Tennyson, S. (2008). Moral, social, and economic dimensions of insurance claims fraud. Social Research, 1181-1204.
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