Top NY court revives suit against hospital that let TV crew film man's death without permission

New York's highest court on Thursday revived a lawsuit filed by the family of a man whose death was filmed without permission and then broadcast on a popular medical show. The case raises fundamental questions about whether hospitals and doctors can and should allow TV crews to film their patients before consent has been given.

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New federal database missing $1.1 billion in drug, device payments to doctors

The federal government's new database of drug and device industry payments to doctors is even more incomplete than has been reported previously.

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Turning the corner? California sees Obamacare sign-ups skyrocket

The statistics released yesterday from Covered California could bode well for health insurance exchanges that have their act together.

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Why two Obama loyalists lost their health policies in California

Kaiser Permanente's decision to cancel the insurance policies of lifelong Democrats Lee Hammack and JoEllen Brothers generated a flood of interest yesterday. The couple, supporters of President Obama, may have to spend twice as much next year for a health insurance plan that has fewer benefits than the plan they have.

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