Chad Terhune

Kaiser Health News

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Kaiser Health News reporter; former reporter for the Los Angeles Times

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A  recent Senate investigation  found that 16 hospitals across the country that saw infections and deaths as a result of tainted scopes failed to file mandatory federal reports on…

Medical Scopes

A recent Senate investigation found that 16 hospitals across the country that saw infections and deaths as a result of tainted scopes failed to file mandatory federal reports on…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The giant HMO Kaiser Permanente has a history of bucking the healthcare establishment by snapping up new technology and encouraging physicians with different specialties to work…

A New Look at Medical Training

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Blue Shield is California's third largest health-insurance company. It was founded as a non-profit company in 1939 with an exemption from paying state taxes.

Big Money in Healthcare Non-Profits

Blue Shield is California's third largest health-insurance company. It was founded as a non-profit company in 1939 with an exemption from paying state taxes.

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