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Nightline: Critical Condition #740405

ABC Special for Friday, Oct 24, 2003

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  • Taped segment introduced by Chris Bury (ABC) with Dr. Rolly McGrath, Dr. Jason Linder, Dr. Carlos Morales, Health and Hospital Corporation President Matthew Gutwein, Dr. Julia Wilson, patient’s son Steve Reel, and unidentified others re: the situation at the emergency department at Wishard Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Taped segment introduced by Chris Bury (ABC) with Dr. Norman Paradis and Dr. Kristen Nordenholz re: the system of health care rationing that has been implemented in the emergency department at the University of Colorado Hospital.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), Dr. George Molzen, Dr. Gregory Henry, Dr. Arthur Kellerman, Dr. Jason Linder, Health and Hospital Corporation President Matthew Gutwein, Dr. Rolly McGrath, and unidentified others re: physicians feelings about the concept of rationing medical care in emergency rooms.
  • Reporter(s):
    Bury, Chris
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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