Crime legislation is easier to pass with a victimâ€™s name attached. Maybe thatâ€™s what the health care crisis needs. If so, Nataline Sarkisyan (in photo) may provide the name. She was the 17-year-old who died Thursday at UCLA Medical Center just hours after her insurer, Cigna HealthCare, did an about-face and decided to fund her liver transplant after all. Litigation will follow. So should legislation tackling the entire problem of the uninsured and underinsured.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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