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Why US Health Care Should Think Globally
The AMA Journal of Ethic
Why should health care systems in the United States engage with the world's poorest populations abroad while tremendous inequalities in health status and access are pervasive domestically? Traditionally, three arguments have bolstered global engagement: (1) a moral obligation to ensure opportunities to live, (2) a duty to protect against health threats, and (3) a desire to protect against economic downturns precipitated by health crises. We expand this conversation, arguing that US-baseddoi:10.1001/journalofethics.2016.18.7.msoc1-1607 pmid:27437824 fatcat:wevg3omzgbc65dvt3sdmq6nbhe