Some months ago, I posed an ethical question about what to do with funds raised to help save a little girl’s life (she unfortunately passed away before using them). Today, I’d like to pose another:
Suppose you are a physician whose uninsured patient requires an expensive, but life-saving, medication. The patient’s family wants you to write the scrip on another family member who is insured.
(Thank you to Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir)