Medical 'gag orders' for patients
Patients commonly share opinions on doctor review sites like AngiesList.com. The reviews help to keep doctors honest and on their toes, according to patients. But a handful of doctors call the ratings unfair and they’re fighting back by requiring patients to sign contracts that bar them from commenting on their care. Patients say these contracts – usually known as “Mutual Privacy Agreements” – violate free-speech rights. Hear from all sides about a topic that’s generating buzz nationwide.
reported by Daniel Simmons, Paul Pogue and Mason King | produced by Jeremy Stacy