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Syracuse professor hired to rid health insurance system of conflicts brings conflict of her own

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Syracuse reporter James Mulder cracked this story.

As with the Chicago Tribune story cited earlier today, this story ends with a powerhouse quote from one observer:

“You may not think you are being biased, but if you make 10 minor decisions in a row that are all slightly biased, all those little biases add up in the end. It’s an unhealthy situation.”

Hat tip to Pia Christensen for the tip on this.

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