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A "Nightline" Investigation: Blue Cross/Blue Shield #647384

ABC Special for Wednesday, Sep 23, 1992

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An examination of the financial status of some Blue Cross/Blue Shield medical insurance plans with Ted Koppel (ABC), BC/BS Association President Bernard Tresnowski, insurance industry analyst Martin Weiss, Sen. Sam Nunn, health policy expert Dr. Donald Light, Empire BC/BS CEO Albert Cardone, West Virginia state liquidator Betty Cordial, Naomi Walkup, surgeon Dr. Jim Stanton, Jim and Judy Hall, former West Virginia Blue Cross VP Jack Sterms, West Virginia Insurance Commissioner Hanley Clark, Thomas Higgins of Maryland BC/BS, Virginia Insurance Commissioner Steven Foster, former Florida BC/BS employee Teresa Burr, Osceola Homecare owner Gerald Capak, New York Insurance Superintendent Salvatore Curiale, and New York Consumer Affairs Commissioner Mark Green.

Reporter(s):
Koppel, Ted (ABC)
Duration:
00:30:00

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