“The courts have generally supported NHS decisions about rationing. Critically analyze this statement with reference to the judicial reviews of NHS decisions not to pay for a treatment.”

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The supreme court of the United States has approved the decisions from the NHS concerning rationing presenting the argument that some incentive adjoining the physician’s rewards with treatment rationing should be upheld. In the UK on the other hand, the court of appeal upholds that it is lawful for the NHS to ration accessibility to healthcare. The argument is that money is in some instances wasted on hospitals that are not justifiable as well as services of marginal benefit…

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