The HOTA Act in Singapore makes everyone's organs available for transplant after death unless there is a religious issue with donation. Organ donation is critical because it saves other lives, and there is no reason not to donate an organ after death. Rather than wasting the organ and the life it could have saved, Singapore has found a way to protect the still living citizens by offering them this chance to live.
The HOTA act requires Singaporians to donate organs unless they opt out of the program. Viable organ donors are hard to find, so if even one life is saved by the law then it is a good thing. Human lives aren't measure by money or costs. Just having one more day with your loved one is priceless, even if it means requiring everyone to donate organs upon their clinical deaths.