No Right to Healthcare

As you will discover in your readings, citizens of the United States do not enjoy a fundamental, constitutional right to healthcare. In many other countries, this right is deemed fundamental and is protected by laws in various forms. In your opinion, why has the United States taken a different approach? What are the pros and cons of no fundamental right to healthcare in the United States?

Explain how different approaches to this issue impact stakeholders. In your opinion, which impacts are the most undervalued by the approach adopted by the United States (i.e., no right to healthcare) and the approach adopted by some other countries (a “fundamental” right to healthcare)?