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Resource ID: #15918
Subject: Health Care
Source: Newsday (New York)
Date: 1999-11-14



A Newsday investigation reveals "New York's biggest managed health care networks offered their customers... dozens of doctors disciplined for serious -- even fatal -- wrong doing... Even though the health insurers are fully aware that the state punished these doctors for such offenses as botched surgery, sexual misconduct, drug abuse or cheating government insurance plans, they never tell their millions of customers." The six-part series examines individual cases of doctor neglect, offers tips on checking doctors' professional histories and explores insurers' track records in other states.

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