ALSO NOTED: Study says nonprofit systems have higher quality scores; Grady gets $50 million as new board comes online; and much

> Ready for a conclusion that's likely to raise some hackles? A new study published in the Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety suggests that not-for-profit health systems have higher quality scores than for-profits. Article

> Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital has gotten a $50 million cash infusion, the first payment of a total of $200 million, as a new nonprofit board takes over operations for the public hospital. Article

> Physicians with Tarrant County, Texas-based JPS Health Network, the county's public hospital system, are asking the county to study whether co-pays are a barrier to patient care. Article

> In an effort to cut costs by $17 million, Cleveland's MetroHealth Medical Center is laying off 73 people. This follows the hospital's first-quarter loss of $8 million. Article

And Finally...  Hey, he's The Boss. How could it be too loud? Article

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