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Write an essay introducing a medical ethical dilemma of your choice. Include in your essay the following:
All components must be included for full credit to be awarded.The quality of content will also be considered when graded.Points are removed for spelling and grammatical errors. References must be included. APA format required 5 pages minimum.
Balancing Access, Quality, And Costs In Healthcare
Length: 6 pages (1650 Words)
Balancing Access, Quality, and Costs in Healthcare
Healthcare is the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of illness, diseases, injuries, and other mental or physical disorders of the human beings. The delivery of health care services are provided by the trained health practitioners on the areas of expertise such as nursing, medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, midwifery, and other fields of heath care. However, the delivery of such health services differ from country to country depending with the existing technology, accessibility, and the costs of services provided. The healthcare practitioners find it difficult for them to balance the quality, access, and costs of care services.
The issue of balancing the accessibility, quality, and costs of healthcare services has become the medical ethical dilemma to the practitioners and governments due to the increasing number of patients and the costs of service provisions (Hofmann, 2009). The increase of patients’ population has raised the demand, which is unsustainable, as compared to the number of healthcare practitioners employed to deliver care services. The increase of demand has made the costs of service delivery rise, making it difficult for practitioners to provide quality and standardized services. This has aroused a necessity for this research paper to discuss this ethical dilemma for the medics to balance the access, quality, and costs healthcare services.