ALSO NOTED: Medicaid changes could close Ga. hospitals; FHA promotes hospital mortgage help; and much more...

> Changes in Medicaid funding could potentially cost the state $2.6 billion over the next five years, and possibly close dozens of the state's hospitals, according to a new report. Article

> The Federal Housing Administration has begun promoting its little-known program that backs financing for hospitals with credit problems. FierceHealthFinance

> A new report suggests that Native Americans living in U.S. cities are facing unique health challenges unlike those of any other urban group. Article

> New research suggests that although Remicade and Humira are being prescribed often for Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis, insurers aren't excited about paying for these uses. Release

And Finally...  Kids, don't eat the snow--it's actually pretty yucky. Article

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