Warning: The Surgeon General does not sanction this movie. Nor do the AMA, medical school graduates, insurance companies, ethnic groups, or sick people who are about to enter the hospital. Although it's not as plausible as THE HOSPITAL, the movie cuts deeply into the sometimes-corrupt
business side of medicine. Unfortunately, instead of using a sharp scalpel, the filmmakers opted for a scythe. Sellers is a rapacious hospital administrator whose major aim is making money. He goes about this in the traditional way by duping insurance companies, having surgery performed on
patients who don't need it, padding the bills of his charges, falsifying reports, and even going...