Woman charged with embezzling $1M-plus from healthcare system; Connecticut's hospital oversight office under fire;

> A Michigan woman charged with embezzling more than $1 million from Munson Healthcare from October 2007 to this past April. Article

> Failure to respond to consumer complaints about hospital billing, or to collect more than $47,000 in payments from hospitals has put Connecticut's Office of Health Care Access on the hot seat. Article

> Hospitals are offering cheap CT scans for smokers after a study determined that using low-cost scans on high-risk patients could cut mortality rates by 20 percent by detecting disease earlier than a standard X-ray. FierceHealthcare

And Finally... Sutter Health's two-day Baby Boom. Article

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