Obama Administration to end ACA waivers; Hospitals with strong market position maintained it during recession;

> The Obama Administration said it plans to end a program that provided ACA waivers, reports the New York Times. Article

> Unnecessary double CT scans are commonplace at hundreds of U.S. hospitals, reports the Washington Post. Article

> Hospitals with strong market position maintained their clout and strong bottom lines during the recession, according to a new study by the Center for Studying Health System Change. Study

And Finally... A hot infection control program. Article

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