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  1. Aniela says:

    1. A) A large majority of polepe rather die at home, but 75% end up dying either in a hospital or a nursing home.B)It costs $10,000 a day for a patient to be kept in the ICU.2. End-of-life issues, decisions, and care and how America’s healthcare funds tie in with these elements all compose the ethical dilemma that is mainly discussed in this documentary.3. Being that the average citizen wishes to die in his/her home and hospitals take measures to make sure that he/she remains hospitalized for an expensive rate, I am not surprised that America’s healthcare funds are imbalanced. I feel that America is not being very strategic or reasonable on how it distributes its money in its healthcare system. Hospitals are spending alot of money per day to keep a patient in their care, when that patient may have originally (with their autonomy) chose to die at home. It’s understandable that it seems morally acceptable to try and save a person’s life, when he/she may have the potential to have a longer life span. However, in the long run, there are over 46 million Americans without health insurance because money is not being resonably distributed in America’s healthcare system.4. I agree with Joseph’s last comment because it is wasteful for our healthcare system to protect the expenses of life-prolonging drugs and organs for dying patients, while they are high in value and are taking up alot of the space of other, more necessary healthcare investments. Ultimately, there are tens of millions of Americans who are uninsured. How come our healthcare system doesn’t make special accommodations for the citizens that wish to have their life preserved, while they have more life to live than the end-of-life patients?

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