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Resource ID: #14235
Subject: Health Care
Source: New York Times
Date: 1997-03-15



The New York Times investigated the world's largest health care provider, the $20-billion Columbia/HCA Hospital Corporation. The reporters undertook an extensive examination of the inner workings of the company that came to dominate the medical world in the years following Congress's rejection of President Clinton's health care proposal. The investigation found problems and possible illegalities in many important areas of Columbia's operation that stemmed from the company's single-minded quest for profits and an ever higher price per share.

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