ALSO NOTED: Houston hospitals pursue physician integration; Investors like medical real estate; and much more...

> In Houston, hospital-physician integration is seeing a renaissance, after years of unsuccessful integration attempts by hospitals across the U.S. Article

> Commercial real estate investors are increasingly choosing to sink their funds into medical real estate, which they see as a safe haven in otherwise turbulent financial times. FierceHealthFinance

> A new study suggests that doctors prefer digesting Internet e-detailing promotions to meeting with live pharmaceutical reps. FiercePharma

> Research increasingly suggests that "connected health" technologies--which allow patients to, for example, take their blood pressure and have it reported to remote caregivers--can help patients keep themselves well. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  In this case, it'd probably be better not to stick any more forks in it... Article

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