ALSO NOTED: IOM report criticizes follow-up care for cancer survivors; EHR boosts clinical trial participation at Cleveland Cli

> Shares of Molina Healthcare were up $5.39, or 25 percent, as the California-based Medicaid managed care company put out better than expected numbers. Article 

> California insurers sending patients south of the border for care. Article

> At the Cleveland Clinic, researchers say electronic health records have helped boost participation in clinical trials. Article

> A new Institute of Medicine report released this week concludes that follow-up care for cancer survivors routinely fails to meet basic standards. Article

> The $7 billion merger of Dutch media giant VNU and healthcare intelligence provider IMS Health appears to be in deep trouble. Article 

> A shortage of trained pharmacists is driving starting salaries up. Article

> In response to criticism from privacy groups, RFID makers have developed a way to get around objections. They allow users to turn chips off. Article

> Cerner announced plans to build a new data center that more than doubles the storage capacity of its old facility. Article 

> Medical technology companies looking to show off new surgical techniques and  devices appear to have settled on the Webcast as the ideal promotional tool. Article

> Profile: Healia CEO Tom Eng developed his company's search technology using a grant from the National Cancer Institute. Article

> CHUTES & LADDERS: First Consulting Group CEO Luther Nussbaum resigned abruptly Friday. FCG says it will conduct a search for a new leader.  Article

> CHUTES & LADDERS: Maryland-based MedStar Health says it has named Catherine Szenczy chief information officer. Article

AND FINALLY:  A former lab technician, who was acquitted of raping a patient last year, is suing claiming he was wrongfully fired. Article