A second ethical concern is the quality of health care. While both the ACA (American Health Care Act) and Trumpcare contain provisions that aim to improve outcomes for underserved groups such as rural communities or minorities, there have been reports of insufficient services or gaps in service due to a lack of personnel or resources.
Disparities exist in the use of treatment. While certain groups may have better access to healthcare than others, this can cause resentment from those who believe they’re being overlooked or are receiving a lower standard of service. It is particularly concerning because research shows that it can lead to poorer health outcomes as a result of increased stress levels caused by not being able to receive the help you need.
In conclusion it appears that there are numerous conflicts between ethics and healthcare reform brought about by changes in legislation such as the ACA or Trumpcare – understanding these issues is essential if we want ensure everyone receives equal opportunities when it comes accessing medical care.