Tireless Lisa Girion at the L.A. Times wrote an interesting article in last week's paper about a recent effort by hospital executives to canvass their peers and vote on whether they had favorable or unfavorable opinions of various insurers across the country.  The runaway loser in the survey was UnitedHealth Group which received an unfavorable rating from 91% of the hospital executives who responded to the survey.  Wellpoint, the second lowest insurer in the rankings, had a 48% unfavorable, 20% favorable rating. 

The results were based on a sampling of 113 executives representing more than 500 hospitals.

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