How does EMTALA embrace the ethical principles of justice and autonomy, and how might it hinder quality care for a patient?

The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) were legally enacted to prevent hospitals from refusing care for those that cannot pay. This law applies when an individual has an emergency, and requests treatment for the emergency.

How does EMTALA embrace the ethical principles of justice and autonomy, and how might it hinder quality care for a patient?