Disclosure of CEOs’ health info is a growing issue
The Tennessean, August 6, 2008
Transparency is an unretractable trend in healthcare, and almost every day some new subject arises requiring, or at least recommending, further disclosure in the healthcare marketplace, writes attorney Richard Cowart in this opinion piece for The Tennessean. Now, Cowart says, the disclosure of health information about corporate chief executives is all of a sudden an area of active deliberation.
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