What $1.7 billion fraud? He wants to talk reform

March 2009
Modern Healthcare;3/9/2009, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p36
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This section offers news briefs related to medical care in the U.S. Rick Scott, the founder of Columbia Healthcare Corp. has established Conservatives for Patients' Rights (CPR) to promote healthcare reform. Information is presented on the expenditures of two doctors, Paul Bryar and Victor Forys, to finance their campaign as candidates on the Illinois 5th Congressional District primary ballot on March 3, 2009 in Chicago. It provides an overview of the disagreement among members of Congress over the federal appropriation for a tattoo-removal program.


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