Tag Archives: healthcare

Ask an Ethicist: Expanding Fast-Food Outlets

Just to be clear, I wrote both the question and answer for this. Question: I’m a CEO of a large fast-food chain. Obamacare (or the Affordable Care Act) requires me to provide health insurance to employees working more than 30 … Continue reading

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Stop infantilizing old people, please

As I write this, I am 55 years old. Like most people my age, I like to think I am a “young 55” or that I look good “for my age.” As I get older, I think I have become … Continue reading

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Update on Saylor White

After public pressure and eliminating all excuses for denial, Aetna has finally approved Saylor’s surgery, so he is at last getting treatment. His wife sent the following message to those who were concerned about him: “Great news! Aetna APPROVED Saylor … Continue reading

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Notes on European Socialized Healthcare

Yesterday, I posted a blog about three people who must rely on contributions from friends, admirers, and strangers to maintain the healthcare they need, and these three individuals are not unusual cases in the US. It is the argument of … Continue reading

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