ALSO NOTED: Community Health keeps divesting; Activists fight to re-open New Orleans hospital; and much more...

> Community Health Systems continues to divest properties, this time by selling a 75-bed Louisiana hospital. Article 

> New Orleans activists are fighting to get the city's Charity Hospital re-opened, saying that the facility is desperately needed. It had once served as the primary service point for uninsured patients. Article

> An Orlando hospital has become one of the first hospitals in the Southeastern U.S. to offer minimally invasive, robotically-assisted surgery to reverse tubal sterilization in women. Article

> County board members are complaining that workers aren't being moved quickly enough from the shuttered King/Drew hospital to other facilities. Article

> A federal health IT official claims that the U.S. will indeed be able to give all Americans access to EMRs by 2014. FierceHealthIT

> The market for remote patient marketing should grow dramatically over the next five years, according to a new study. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  Watch out--microwave popcorn can be hazardous to your health. Article

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