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Nightline: Sticker Shock #759015

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jul 07, 2004

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  • Live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Dr. Tim Johnson (ABC) re: issues related to collection practices employed by hospitals to recover costs from uninsured patients.
  • Taped segments with Michel Martin (ABC), artist/graphic designer Nelson Savignon‡, attorney Elizabeth Benjamin‡, attorney Richard Scruggs‡, American Hospital Association official Carmela Coyle, Delroy Johnson‡, Yale New Haven Health Spokesman Vincent Patrini‡, Anthony Tersigni of Ascension Health, Rep. James Greenwood, Jack Bovender of the Hospital Corporation of America, Trevor Fetter of Tenet Healthcare Corporation, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Martin, Michel

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