Allina gets A+ credit score; Patients who need mobile health don't want it;

> Minneapolis-based health system giant Allina Health has just been handed an A+ grade from credit scoring agency Fitch Ratings. And as it turns out, Allina seems to deserve its high marks, too. FierceHealthFinance

> A new poll suggests that patients who could most benefit from mobile health technologies are the least interested in checking them out. FierceMobileHealthcare

> The down-to-the-wire battle over including a public option in health reform legislation continues. At the moment, the idea still hangs on by a thread but it's seemingly short of Dem votes in the Senate. Article

> While the hospital sector, as a whole, is still looking a bit unsavory to investors, Tenet Hospital Corp., seems to be having a charmed moment, with its stock hitting a 52-week high. The question is, why? FierceHealthFinance

And Finally... Wow, that is one impressive record. Too bad you can't get sponsors for being a world-class car crasher. Article

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