ALSO NOTED: College health centers slamming students with high fees; Older MDs blocking e-prescribing growth; and much more...

> Increasingly, it seems that college health centers are refusing to accept health coverage--then charging double or triple what other providers bill, according to a New York Times investigation. Article

> If this analysis is correct, one of the major barriers to implementing electronic prescribing may be technology-leery older physicians. Article

> While researchers seem no closer to an HIV vaccine than they were 20 years ago, this Noble Prize-winning scientist isn't giving up. FierceVaccines

> With Atlanta's troubled public hospital on the verge of being transferred to a well-funded private non-profit, consultants are warning that it still may need to cut or change services to survive. Article

And Finally... Nobody wants to see dogs with paw injuries--but I'm betting the shoes look a little silly. Article

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