ALSO NOTED: FL hospitals fight to keep auto insurance dollars; PA players support Bush transparency ideas; and much more...

> Florida's hospitals are fighting to keep the no-fault personal injury protection provisions of the state's auto insurance law alive. If the provisions die, they could lose $350 million. Article

> Pittsburgh-area businesses, insurers and agencies have come together to support the Bush administration's price and quality transparency proposals for healthcare. Article

> A struggle between the University of Kansas Hospital and U of Kansas Medical Center over money and control of their brand seems to be close to a resolution. Article

> Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is rolling out an online health risk assessment tool this summer. Article

And Finally... Clearly, "generic" doesn't always mean "cheap." Article

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