Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Health Care as Social Policy

When we as human beings, make taking care of each other in a health care setting, a social policy;

meaning, a person is not treated until the impact of said treatment is questioned as to it's impact on society;

I feel we begin to lose some of our humanity....

We make administering the program, more important that the ministering of the program.

Programs are administered, people are ministered to......

If we always question whether one deserves a treatment based on their worthiness, we can find numerous reasons to deny care....

and in actuality, if each of our personal closets and darkest places were opened to the bright light of day, would any of us be deserving of any care/treatment at all?

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