Tenet Hospital Chain NPR's Rachael Myrow reports on problems at one of the nation's largest hospital chains. Just a month ago, Tenet Healthcare was one of the stars of the medical-services industry, beloved by Wall Street. That was before the Medicare audit, the telephone calls from the SEC, the investigation of two company doctors in Redding, Calif., and the precipitous plunge in Tenet's stock price.

Tenet Hospital Chain

Tenet Hospital Chain

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NPR's Rachael Myrow reports on problems at one of the nation's largest hospital chains. Just a month ago, Tenet Healthcare was one of the stars of the medical-services industry, beloved by Wall Street. That was before the Medicare audit, the telephone calls from the SEC, the investigation of two company doctors in Redding, Calif., and the precipitous plunge in Tenet's stock price.