ALSO NOTED: MA postpones retail clinic vote; Nuclear medicine supplies to resume; and much more...

> Massachusetts health authorities have postponed voting on whether to allow retail clinics to open in the state until January 2008. Article

> After months of uncertainty, a Canadian nuclear plant responsible for producing most of the world's supply of a critical diagnostic isotope should soon go back online. Article
> Beginning next year, the state of Maryland will give consumers independent evaluations of PPOs offered by the state's health plans. Article

> A new vendor and pharma-driven coalition is arguing that if the DEA doesn't let doctors prescribe controlled substances electronically, it could doom the growth of e-prescribing overall. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  I guess it never hurts to state the obvious. Article

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