Should doctors send patients to another hospital?

We know from numerous studies that surgeries, especially very specialized ones, can have dramatically different outcomes depending on where they are performed. So, do doctors have an ethical obligation to send a patient to another hospital if they know that their patient will likely receive better care somewhere else? Article

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