Cuban doctors and dentists stand outside a home in Bogotá, Colombia after fleeing medical missions in Venezuela. Medical workers involved in the program described a stressful quota system that fueled fake patient logs and other forms of fraud.
Cuban doctors and dentists stand outside a home in Bogotá, Colombia after fleeing medical missions in Venezuela. Medical workers involved in the program described a stressful quota system that fueled fake patient logs and other forms of fraud. By Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Cuban doctors and dentists stand outside a home in Bogotá, Colombia after fleeing medical missions in Venezuela. Medical workers involved in the program described a stressful quota system that fueled fake patient logs and other forms of fraud. By Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Dumping medicine, faking patients: Cuban doctors describe a system that breeds fraud

January 27, 2017 12:05 PM

UPDATED January 27, 2017 03:19 PM

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