Our reporters answer questions about The Times' "Quantity of Care" investigation into business practices in the health-care industry.
Updated 11:15 a.m.: The AMA has drawn to a close, but you can see our reporters’ answers here.
If you missed our “Quantity of Care” Q&A on Wednesday, there was another chance to ask our reporters about their investigation into business practices in the health-care industry. Reporters Mike Baker and Justin Mayo held a Reddit AMA (“Ask Me Anything”) on Thursday.
The post is here on Reddit’s /r/SeattleWA subreddit, and Baker and Mayo answered questions from 10 to 11:15 a.m.
A SEATTLE TIMES SPECIAL REPORT
- Investigators find ‘numerous’ issues related to patient safety at Cherry Hill site
- Swedish Health largely bans overlapping surgeries
- Swedish CEO Tony Armada resigns
- Top Swedish neurosurgeon resigns
- U.S. Attorney’s Office launches investigation
- Providence CEO Rod Hochman apologizes
Click here to go to the Reddit AMA.
We have been overwhelmed with emails and phone calls from readers about “Quantity of Care,” our investigative series exploring the business of medicine at Swedish-Cherry Hill and the harrowing case of Talia Goldenberg.
A lot of readers have called or emailed us with questions about Swedish, about Providence, about how we approached this story and about how to get the best care. Given the widespread interest in this topic, we wanted to open up a venue where we can address questions for others to see.
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