Friday, December 17, 2010

Model behavior 

I can't say I understand the insurance charges going on here, but the recruitment of tissue donors seems like as good a use of models as any.


By Anonymous E Hines, at Fri Dec 17, 08:01:00 AM:

Charging $4300 for what was claimed to be a $100 test would appear to be a legitimate basis for the AG's office to start asking questions.

To this cynic, though, the bandwidth spent on the models just seems to be a red herring used by the article's author to gussy up the article and pad the word count.

Eric Hines  

By Anonymous feeblemind, at Fri Dec 17, 09:35:00 AM:

Sounds like another example of the law of unintended consequences.

Perhaps the law is so vaguely written that this is legal?  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Fri Dec 17, 07:06:00 PM:

Of course it's blatant fraud...but a good idea if the screening were gratis and actual donors with good matches were recruited.

There are FAR worse ways to spend money...as we have seen this week in Congress.  

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