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Top reporters share their tips on health care investigations

Associated Press reporter Stephanie Nano helped host the chapter event, which featured New York Times reporter Duff Wilson.
AP reporter Stephanie Nano and New York Times reporter Duff Wilson.

Two award-winning health care reporters offered tips and story ideas to help other journalists dig into financial reports, legal documents, and databases that the average consumer can't navigate and present the information in a useful way.

Charles Ornstein, a senior reporter at ProPublica and AHCJ president, and Duff Wilson, New York Times reporter, discussed their work and offered tips on mining hospital data, spotting conflicts of interest, understanding publicly available financial reports, and persuading patients and families to share their stories.

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Listen to what they had to say, what sources they suggest, see their presentations and tip sheets and start finding the hidden stories in your community.

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