ALSO NOTED: Health finance execs stand trial for $1.9B fraud; Wal-Mart, partners pilot personal health records; and much more..

> Six years after its collapse, executives from what was one of the country's biggest health care finance companies are standing trial for an alleged $1.9 billion fraud. Article

> More than year after its launch, Wal-Mart and other corporate giants have launched a pilot test of their employee personal health record, Dossia. FierceHealthIT

> Research increasingly suggests that Iraq war veterans with brain injuries aren't getting adequate care. Article

> To foster the adoption of personal health records, the industry will need to come up with uniform standards for verifying patient IDs. FierceHealthIT

And Finally... Don't watch the Super Bowl if you have a weak heart, researchers say. Article

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