According to a study reported by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) 84 percent of all doctors have seen their colleagues take shortcuts that could be dangerous to patients.
Worse, less than 10 percent of this group reported what they saw.
My father was a physician and surgeon who fortunately completed medical school when medicine was still an art. He belonged to a group of doctors that agreeably monitored each other so that any harm to a patient or others might be avoided.
This degree of professionalism must be very hard to find today it seems.