Guests: MARY GREALY
President, Healthcare Leadership Council
The Washington Post
Senior Counsel, Georgetown University Health Privacy Project
President Bush is moving ahead with new rules that ensure the privacy of medical records. The rules give patients the right to inspect their own records. But opponents in the healthcare industry fear the rules are too costly and could hinder their ability to provide high quality healthcare. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the new government policy and the privacy of YOUR medical records.
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