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increases of 10% or greater in health care insurance premiums.
Aust Health Rev. 2001;24(2):40-4. Exploring distributive justice in health care.
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Equality underpins distributive justice. An individual's right to healthcare
resources should not be affected by who they are, including their age, sex, quality
of life, ...
Distributive justice is concerned with the fair allocation of resources among
diverse members of a community. Fair allocation typically takes into account the
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Is distributive justice a principle physicians should adopt? ... The principle of
equality required equal access to health care and equal benefits, but costs were
objection to the claim that we need a theory of health care needs. (Section II), I
shall offer ... distributive justice that gives us a notion of a fair income share. Then.
provide a foundation for distributive justice in healthcare. Additionally ...
Addressing Race/Ethnicity, Language, and Social Class in Health Care
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appropriate principle of distributive justice for regulating the design of a health
care system is a principle protecting equality of opportunity. Any theory of justice