Well, then it gets into another thing I mentioned in my post: what do you expect some other company to do with secondhand information? Seriously. And what kind of information were they getting? Was it "I didn't like him," or "the nurse didn't wear gloves," or was it something more serious? These are women who opted not to get services from Gosnell's clinic and went elsewhere. So what did they see?
But fundamentally, PP told them to do the right thing. Who are they going to call and simply say, "I hear this clinic sucks?"
Is it possible someone at PP fell done on the job? Maybe. But if they did, it was someone "on the ground," so to speak, and we have no idea what kind of information they had. But from the sounds of things, not much. And they also don't have much ability or responsibility to do anything about it either.
Inspections and citizens have the job of keeping businesses honest. Both failed here. Some other business is not the problem.