New cancer drugs pose cost dilemma; Business loans surge for struggling doctors;

> The GOP pushes again to overhaul the Medicare program. Article

> Fifty hospitals claimed $1.9 million over two years in Medicare reimbursements for training residents that the CMS already paid other hospitals to train, according to an audit from the Office of Inspector General. Statement

> New cancer drugs pose cost dilemma for providers and patients. Article

> Government-backed Small Business Administration (SBA) loans issued to physicians have dramatically risen from less than $60 million in 2000 to $675 million in 2011. FiercePracticeManagement

And Finally... Dentist defrauds Medicaid by using paper clips for root canals. Article

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