As risk grew, hospitals turned a blind eye

Six years ago, supervisors at the University of Michigan hospital were eager to hire David M. Kwiatkowski as a radiology technician. At 27, he was an outgoing candidate who had experience helping doctors set up X-ray equipment and inject traceable dyes. But after only a month in the $55,000-a-year job, veteran staffers eyed him warily.

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