Monday, December 05, 2011
CBS Investigates Fraud in the Financial Crisis
On Sunday night, CBS News ran a special report entitled “Prosecuting Wall Street.” The piece included interviews of former corporate officials at Countrywide and Citigroup, two of the financial companies alleged to have played a substantial role in creating the current financial crisis. The piece examined how, in the midst of public outrage toward Wall Street, so few corporate officials have been held accountable in spite of the information shared by individuals like Eileen Foster and David Bowen that seems to point toward intentional fraud.
Read the entire transcript or watch the story, “Prosecuting Wall Street"
Posted by eithurburn on 12/05 at 05:47 PM
Friday, December 02, 2011
Marilyn Tavenner to Take Over CMS
Last Wednesday, President Obama announced that he would nominate Marilyn Tavenner, a former nurse, health care executive, and secretary of Virginia’s Health and Human Services, as the new head of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Ms. Tavenner is currently serving as the principal deputy administrator and chief operating officer for CMS. Her predecessor, Dr. Donald M. Berwick, submitted his resignation last week as his temporary appointment was soon set to expire and a permanent nomination seemed unlikely.
This week the American Medical Association, Association of Medical Colleges, America’s Health Insurance Plans, and American College of Emergency Physicians all expressed support for Ms. Tavenner’s nomination.
Read the entire articles, “Providers cheer Tavenner as new CMS administrator"
“Marilyn Tavenner: Medicare’s new pragmatist-in-chief?"
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Posted by eithurburn on 12/02 at 06:20 PM