ALSO NOTED: CMS kills contract with south Florida health plan; New Mexico provider, school boost nursing education; and much mo

> CMS has canceled its Medicare Advantage contract with SunCoast Physicians Health plan in south Florida, probably because the plan didn't maintain the $1.5 million in reserves required by the state. Article

> New Mexico's Presbyterian Healthcare Services and the University of New Mexico are working together to boost nurse education in the state. The two are increasing the number of nurse instructors available in the state. Article

> Illinois Gov. Rod. Blagojevich (D) has decided to cut $500 million from a budget already approved by the state legislature and shift those dollars to healthcare programs. Article

> A group of Wisconsin hospitals have joined together to create a collaborative quality reporting effort. Article

And Finally...  Get a California filmmaker's emotional take on the state's health reform options. (Brace yourself for Michael Moore Jr.) Video

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