Rural hospitals perform more surgeries -- but risks are high

Aired: 1/2/2016 | 0:03:14 | Clip
An investigation by The Wall Street Journal found that surgeries performed at so-called critical access hospitals in mostly rural areas carry a greater risk of complications than those at general hospitals. And financial incentives lead the small facilities to perform more surgeries. Christopher Weaver joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the findings.