ALSO NOTED: IPC-The Hospitalist Co. to use IPO bucks for acquisition; Sunrise could be delisted; and much more...

> Flush with $45.8 million from its IPO, IPC-The Hospitalist Co. is on the acquisitions trial. Article

> Sunrise has missed its 10K filing extension, and risks being delisted and trading as a pink sheets company. This follows the December "separation from the company" of three execs after an accounting-related investigation. Article

> Ambulatory surgery centers could face a crunch from two directions if President Bush's fiscal 2009 budget passes--less federal money, yet more frequent visits from federal inspectors. Article

> Mayo Clinic has reported that its 2007 revenue grew 10 percent, to $6.9 billion. Article

And Finally...  If this isn't being too attached to your cellphone, I don't know what is. Article

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