Martha Baker and Duane Fitch at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sept.9, 2014. Martha is a registered nurse and president of the union that represents doctors and nurses at Jackson. Duane is a healthcare consultant who works for the union. They are concerned about healthcare prices, how they're kept secret, even from the county, which pays its own employee healthcare claims, and how that secrecy or lack of transparency causes large employers like the county millions each year, or more.
Martha Baker and Duane Fitch at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sept.9, 2014. Martha is a registered nurse and president of the union that represents doctors and nurses at Jackson. Duane is a healthcare consultant who works for the union. They are concerned about healthcare prices, how they're kept secret, even from the county, which pays its own employee healthcare claims, and how that secrecy or lack of transparency causes large employers like the county millions each year, or more. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Martha Baker and Duane Fitch at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sept.9, 2014. Martha is a registered nurse and president of the union that represents doctors and nurses at Jackson. Duane is a healthcare consultant who works for the union. They are concerned about healthcare prices, how they're kept secret, even from the county, which pays its own employee healthcare claims, and how that secrecy or lack of transparency causes large employers like the county millions each year, or more. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

In U.S. and S. Fla., healthcare costs often shrouded in secrecy

September 13, 2014 08:00 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2014 05:57 PM

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