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A physician and chief of surgery who discovered his hospital was filing falsified data about surgery mortality and complications, affecting the institution's reimbursement rates, and who blew the whistle on the hospital, will get a chance to pursue his complaint of defamation against it in court, thanks to a January 31 ruling by the District Court of Appeal of Florida, Second District.
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