Daily Rounds: Legal Challenges To Reform; Brokers Thrive; Baker's Record; Cautionary Malpractice Tale

Healthcare lawsuit: States opposed to healthcare overhaul pin hopes on Florida court hearing - Conservative legal challenge to federal reform comes to court this week. (Los Angeles Times)

Patient Money - Health Insurance Brokers Can Guide Individual Buyers - Brokers are busier than ever as individuals explore their new options. (The New York Times)

A brash change-agent, Baker rose fast - The Boston Globe [Gubernatorial candidate Charlie] Baker "made a variety of radical moves in state government. Some would come back to haunt him, including his decision to approve the hospital merger that created Partners HealthCare, the powerful consortium some blame for helping push up health care costs." (Boston Globe)

Yale Alumni Magazine: Light & Verity Surgeon told patient 'We got it all' when in fact she never had cancer and he knew it. $12 million and 15 years of legal proceedings later, she says she might not have sued if doctors had been honest and apologized. (

This program aired on September 13, 2010. The audio for this program is not available.


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