Aetna takes heat for misstating medical spending; Officials find cause for Texas VA's EMR crash;

> Aetna is taking major heat for misstating what it spent on medical care for members in small businesses. FierceHealthFinance

> Officials have figured out why the electronic medical record at the Veterans Affairs North Texas Healthcare System failed--it was a case of avoidable problems like outdated infrastructure and poor maintenance. FierceEMR

> Tenet's stock has gotten an upgrade from "hold" to "buy" from Soleil Securities, which cited not only the hospital chain's performance, but the improving financial health of the hospital sector as a whole. FierceHealthFinance

> Medical imaging burns up a lot of computing cycles--so what if some of that weight could be distributed to web-based servers? FierceHealthIT editor Neil Versel takes a look at the question. Editor's Corner

And Finally... It's a shame that covering up this guy's tattoos won't change his attitude. Article

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