ALSO NOTED: Cleveland Clinic pitches its financial value; Loyola begins MRSA screening program; and much more...

> The Cleveland Clinic has begun pitching its economic contributions to its community. Article
> Loyola University Medical Center has begun screening all incoming patients for exposure to MRSA. Article

> The Marshfield Clinic has rolled out tablet PCs for all of its physicians, and soon plans to go "paperless" for all medical charting in its clinics. FierceHealthIT

> New Orleans authorities are questioning why two area clinics receiving millions in federal money spent twice as much per patient last year as other federally-funded clinics in the state.

And Finally…  We've all heard of "man bites dog," but "dog shoots man" is a new one. Article

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