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Would Legalizing Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide Save Money for Insurance Companies?

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  • Yes it would.

    Legalizing euthanasia and physician assisted suicide would save money for insurance companies. This would happen because if someone wanted to end their suffering by getting physician assisted suicide, it would end the massive bill that would pile up if they continues treatment. So of course this would have them money.

  • Yes, it probably would.

    Yes, euthanasia as legal along with physician assisted suicide would save insurance companies money, but it would also save people themselves money because often they have to dip into their own funds for long term care. So this is a good thing as long as the savings are justified and passed on.

  • Yes, insurance companies would save money.

    Insurance would definitely save money if we implemented euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. The reason being, end of life care is extremely expensive, such as keeping people on IVs and in hospitals long term. That being said, this is hardly a reason to advocate for them to be implemented. Insurance should be for the benefit of its customers, and not about taking lives to profit.

  • Legalizing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide would save money for insurance companies, since its a one time pay versus a long amount of coverage.

    If it were legal the fact of the matter is Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted suicide is a one time solution to a debilitating illness at the cost of the patients life, whereas currently we keep them alive with costly treatments until they die. The fact of the matter is it would be far cheaper for insurance to cover the euthanasia, rather than covering a indefinite amount of treatment to keep someone alive.

  • Absoulutly NOOOOOOOOOOOOO euthanasia of anykind

    People who want to kill themselves, need to do it on their own time not the medical staffs time.

    The doctors need to focus on the living , not on the ones who want to kill themselves. It is too time consuming and it is none of the doctors business.

    It will give the idea that life is disposable and put the ones who want to live in too much danger. Euthanasia needs to be disposed of not life.

  • The conflict between Euthanasia

    No euthanasia should not be legalized and allowed in this society because many religions prohibit suicide and the intentional killing of others. You never know when miracles happen or recoveries occur. This also violates the doctors Hippocratic oath, when they pledge and promise they will do anything it takes to keep any person alive with some type of illness they are in.

  • Legalizing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide would not save money for insurance companies.

    Legalizing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide would not save money for insurance companies. The insurance companies make a profit off everything that they do and this would remain the same. I think euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide should be a last resort option. I do not think we should worry about the insurance companies.

  • Only Insignifigant Amounts

    I do not believe that legalizing euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide would save money for insurance companies and they shouldn't expect it to save them money. I believe if it was legalized it should only be used as an option for atypical patients who are in pain and have a terminal illness. These people should be close to the end of their lives anyway, thus the insurance companies would only save a few days worth of treatment anyway.

  • Open the door for lawsuits.

    If euthanasia or physician assisted suicide are legalized, insurance companies would lose money because they are not getting their premium anymore from the person. Also, I think there would be some time of lawsuit that would be filed against the insurance company if they suggested it from the dead loved one.r


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