SPOTLIGHT: The ethics of paying patients for endorsements

Today, social media make web-based customer recommendations a potent tool for generating business. That fact hasn't been lost on doctors, some of whom are actually paying patients directly or offering patients free services in exchange for a glowing recommendation on, say, YouTube. The question is, are such inducements ethical? Article

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