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date: 06 April 2020

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This article examines why access to health care has become a subject of interest to business and its employees, particularly in the U.S. It discusses consumer concerns about the alleged obligations of health insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies to their consumers and evaluates whether such obligations exist. It explores just access to health care and pharmaceuticals from a society-wide perspective and expresses optimism about the possibility of finding common moral ground on today's contentious issues about health care access.

Keywords: health care access, business, employees, U.S., health insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies

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