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> Chutes & Ladders: Adventist Health named Donald L. Jernigan as its new president and CEO to replace outgoing Thomas Werner. The Florida-based hospital chain operates 38 hospitals in 10 states. Article

> HealthSouth will pay $445 million to investors to settle fraud allegations. Article

> Writing in the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Frederick G. Hayden repeats the CDC's warning that the most common form of seasonal flu, the A (H3N2) virus, has become resistant to common antiviral medicines. Article

> AllScripts said it will buy back 1.25 million of its shares held by General Electric Holding, as it appears the companies are trying to distance themselves from each other following GE's takeover of IDX. Article

> A new RAND study finds hospital report cards are subject to grade inflation. Article

> E.U. officials say primary care is now 80 percent automated in Europe. Article

BusinessWeek magazine profiles disease management specialist Quantum Health. Article

> Another data theft story, this time at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, where a laptop containing health and social security information on 4,000 patients was stolen. Article

> Writing in the National Review, Sally Satel and Jonathan Klick chime in on the debate over race-based medicine. Article

> In the Bay area, doctors protested Sutter plans to make changes at San Leandro Hospital. Article

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