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People on both sides of the health care debate can pretty much agree on one thing - the current system is failing. Today, a discussion with and about some of the people who keep the system running - health care professionals. We'll talk with Dr. Robert Levine, a neurologist from Norwalk, about his prescription for reform. Even a public option isn't enough, he says. The whole system needs "shock therapy". We'll also talk with an insurance law expert who says the need for tort reform is greatly exaggerated... and best-selling author Julie Salamon who spend a year inside a Brooklyn hospital and who's new book Hospital explores the struggles and triumphs of America's health care professionals.