this is continuation of the line of thought in my previous thread, about practicing medicine without American license in international waters.
Now, let’s consider an alternative approach to dealing with overly restrictive legal regime - organized crime. In many ways a gang operates (or at least can operate) as a mini-state, enforcing standards of behavior and, by threat of violence, preventing people from “cheating” against the pre-agreed rules.
So let’s consider this setup. There is a big customer base of poor Latinos, many of whom cannot afford American healthcare prices and probably cannot get at least some of the procedures done “for free”. Perhaps dental procedures would particularly fit the bill. There are also powerful gangs operating in their communities that can easily enforce rules like “you don’t rat on our medics to la Migra or the AMA, and you don’t sue them for malpractice either”. So they could bring in medical personnel from Mexico and have them work covertly servicing the trusted locals.
Well, so this sounds eminently sensible to me. Why do you think such things aren’t happening already? Or do you think they are in fact already happening but nobody told the Anglos?