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> The state's hospital industry has come out in favor of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's health reform plans. Article

> The largest medical malpractice insurer in Texas has lowered its rates. Article

> Florida hospitals continue sound alarms over the possible consequences if the state's no-fault auto insurance law is allowed to sunset. Article

> An attorney whose job it was to distribute the assets of a failed Pennsylvania hospital has filed suit to recover additional assets. Article

> A St. Louis health system has begun offering its employees a "personal health record" to help them self-manage their care. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  I always knew toddlers were shrewder than they looked. Article

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