> You can choose which one to go to (from an ambulance or any other time).
In theory, yes, in practice, it's a little harder. I mean if you were just in a car crash it's not a guaranteed thing that you're going to be capable of speech, let alone coherent enough to make your choice. And more importantly you shouldn't have to, your concern at that moment should be "put my head back together please" not "is this lifesaving treatment going to cost me my home."
> So do you believe that Indian doctors/other medical types are just vastly more ethical than the (very often Indian) doctors in the US?
This is not American doctors doing this (or at least, not the topic of this article): This is American businessmen who have no background in medicine that are making these decisions.
So in that case, lets have $YOUR_FAVORITE_SYSTEM for emergency medicine and capitalism for the rest. The vast majority of medicine consumed is not consumed in an emergency situation.
So are Indian businessmen with no background in medicine more ethical?