Illustrate an ethical problem in healthcare that should be resolved. Present a thorough analysis that demonstrates your understanding of facts relevant to the issue and the ethical issues involved. Arrive at an ethical solution and demonstrate the reasons that support your conclusion. Identify aspects of the dilemma that constitute deontological, teleological, natural law, consequentialism, and any other systems of ethical reasoning. Answer the following questions • Why is it important for us to choose an ethical course of action? What will happen if no action is taken? • What is the most important information and facts that we need to know in order to decide this issue? • Who are the people or institutions that have a stake in this outcome of this issue, and how will they be affected by the decision? • What duties or obligations would someone need to fulfill in order to behave ethically in this situation? Is there a conflict among these duties? • What will the consequences for all interested parties if one course of action is chosen rather than another? Which course of action will produce “the greater good?” Which course of action represents absolute values? • What do you believe is the proper resolution of this issue? Will this result in the rights of certain persons or institutions being suppressed in favor of the rights of others? Why is that necessary and justifiable in order to resolve the issue? • What could have been done to avoid this situation? How can it be avoided in the future?