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Marshall Allen's Hospital Care Series
Marshall Allen's Hospital Care Series

AIR DATE: March 14, 2011

We talk to Marshall Allen of the Las Vegas Sun. Marshall Allen and his data-crunching colleague Alex Richards were recently awarded the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for their series "Do No Harm: Hospital Care in Las Vegas".

It was a two-year investigation, including the review of 2.9 million records. And it allows consumers a better sense of how hospitals are performing in the Las Vegas valley. As a result of publication of this five-part reporting series, and online web presentation, some local hospitals have become more transparent.

Marshall Allen, reporter, Las Vegas Sun
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