CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 14, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Ethical implications of rising health care costs examined. [Hastings Center medical ethicist Ronald BAYER - notes potential focus of decisions surrounding medical treatment.] Underlying theory of health maintenance orgs. (HMOs) explained. [Patient Buzz DANIELSON - praises care he recs. at HMO.] [Sarah MESSER - disagrees; explains.] [Creighton Univ. spokesperson Charles DOUGHERTY - cites inability to determine quality of his medical care.]
REPORTER: Jane Bryant Quinn
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