let's talk about how profit plays into that.
The doctor is paid to have the conversation, so saying,
is within the bounds.
As soon as the patient says 'yes,' it's what you call instruction. And profit can easily play motive in the instruction. . .
this is not difficult for you to understand.
Profit for the doctor is not profit for the government though.
On one hand you're saying cynically, the doctor will advise the most expensive procedures so he can get the most reimbursement.
On the other hand, you're saying the government will incentivise doctors to do the cheapest procedures to cut costs.
So which is it?