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Harvard medical researchers to pool work
Boston Globe, May 30, 2008
Four Japanese gang figures got liver transplants at UCLA
Los Angeles Times, May 30, 2008
Health jobs are crucial to Michiganís economy
Detroit Free Press, May 30, 2008
North Carolina doctors fight malpractice Web site
Raleigh News & Observer, May 29, 2008
Feds charge former Edgewater Medical Center chief with obstruction
Chicago Tribune, May 30, 2008

Spotlight: Tackling Obesity via Benefit Design Many still view obesity as a lack of will power and fail to focus on the health quandary that is leading to comorbidities, higher healthcare costs, and premature illness and death. Read More

Today's Sections

Hospital News
Four Japanese gang figures got liver transplants at UCLA
Los Angeles Times, May 30, 2008

Larger hospital may be needed in New Orleans, new report says
New Orleans Times-Picayune, May 29, 2008

Feds charge former Edgewater Medical Center chief with obstruction
Chicago Tribune, May 30, 2008

California hospital halts cardiac surgeries due to infections
AP/San Francisco Chronicle, May 29, 2008

Opinion: Ailing ERs threaten patients, leave communities vulnerable
USA Today, May 30, 2008

Wrong patient almost gets cardiac catheterization at Tampa (FL) General Hospital
St. Petersburg Times, May 29, 2008
Finance
Health jobs are crucial to Michiganís economy
Detroit Free Press, May 30, 2008

Harvard medical researchers to pool work
Boston Globe, May 30, 2008

North Carolina lawsuit: Open Rex, WakeMed pact
Raleigh News & Observer, May 29, 2008
Physicians
North Carolina doctors fight malpractice Web site
Raleigh News & Observer, May 29, 2008
Research
Study: Bacteria a factor in sudden infant death syndrome
AP/USA Today, May 30, 2008

Study finds NYC hospitals differ on care at lifeís end
New York Times, May 30, 2008

Are doctors to blame for low health literacy?
Washington Post, May 30, 2008
Strange but True
Medical copter crashes at Grand Rapids hospital
Detroit Free Press, May 30, 2008

Police say man posed as doctor at Piedmont Hospital
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 30, 2008

Commentary: Physician, Market Thyself
It wasnít long ago that many physicians considered "marketing" a dirty word. But times have changed. Elyas Bakhtiari, for HealthLeaders Media
May 29, 2008

Magazine: Togetherness Factor
Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems promotes a vision of shared clinical data-even with its competitors. Gary Baldwin, for HealthLeaders Magazine

Commentary: Globalization: Get Over It
Three words for those worried about the recent prediction medical travel will siphon billions of dollars from the U.S. healthcare system: Get over it. Rick Johnson, for HealthLeaders Media
May 20, 2008

Contributed Feature: The ROI of Locum Tenens
Contributor Joseph Caldwell, president of Staff Care, takes a look at the costs and benefitsóboth obvious and indirectóof locum tenens physicians, who are becoming an increasingly vital part of the patient care process. Joseph Caldwell, for HealthLeaders Media
May 29, 2008

Magazine: Iím Fine, Thanks
I am costing the healthcare system too much money. Potentially, at least. I havenít used excess healthcare resources yet, but the system wants to make sure that I donít. A while back my health insurance plan sent a nice note informing me that a nurse would call to help me manage my lower back pain. Jim Molpus, for HealthLeaders Magazine





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