The paper starts with an analysis of liberal theories of justice which are followed by an analysis of the descriptive and a moral understanding of the concept of solidarity. The importance of solidarity lies in its relational aspects, particularly its emphasis on cooperation and commonality.
The paper argues that while solidarity is more fundamental than justice, both concepts are important for the arrangement of health care practices. The paper gives special attention to the concept of decent care, reflective solidarity and humanitarian solidarity which is seen as fundamental for all health care policies and care practices.
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Health care is funded by all citizens through taxation of income and mandatory health insurance fees. As a result, Dutch healthcare has become an accessible social service. Dutch healthcare expresses a value of egalitarianism: that everyone should receive the same type and quality of treatment, irrespective of social status, gender and income.