Medical Law and Ethics by Bonnie Fremgen

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By choosing Hygeia model of heath care there would be a permanent prevention of diseases. Instead of doctors specializing in different medical fields there would be doctors who will be experts in identifying the symptoms and could prevent the onset of possible diseases.


There would be more fitness training institutes and gymnasiums all over the town instead of hospitals which are more in number. People would be healthy and wealthy working hard for personal and professional success. Presuming this kind of society would be more ideal place to live. Government may take out more number of policies keeping in mind Hygeia model of heath care. The society would be devoid of poverty, grief and dismay.
There would be no legal and moral obligations with Hygeia model of preventive health care. If at all any legal obligations are there then they might be on some preventive medicines which may cause little damage to health. Hygeia model of preventive health care is ethically strong and ideal form of health care so there no question of ethical obligations arising on Hygeia model.
Imagine even after taking every care to prevent all kinds of diseases de to some accident a person has fallen ill or got damaged his body then there would be no specialized doctors and medical assistance to operate on a patient because in Hygeia model of health care more importance is given to prevention rather than medication after a disease has struck. Even worse there would be no advanced medicines available to the diseased. Although Hygeia model of health care is an ideal one but when we get into detail there might be more number of problems associated with it. ...
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