More kids enrolling in CHIP; State emergency response agency risks losing stimulus funds;

> More kids are enrolling in CHIP and other Medicaid programs, reports American Medical News. The number of enrollees increased to 39.8 percent in 2010, up almost two percentage points from 2009. Article

> Disney Institute puts emphasis on healthcare by offering consumer service advice to hospitals. FierceHealthcare

> California's Emergency Management Agency risks losing unspent federal stimulus funds, reports California Watch. Article

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