Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, December 5, 2013
Today, China's central bank officially barred Chinese banks from offering services connected to the virtual, digital currency Bitcoin. The government also issued a new set of regulations for Bitcoin exchanges in China. And, as federal health care reform unfolds, Marketplace continues to follow the city of Camden, New Jersey to see how the new law affects one community. Today, we visit to Cooper University Hospital, which is expecting a surge of patients starting next month, as millions of people get health insurance, some for the first time. The question for hospital executives is how to manage this new population. The answer: Take a page from the airline industry.