ALSO NOTED: Medicaid cuts could slice $1B from NY medical education; IL woman wins $15M med mal settlement; and much more...

> If Medicaid cuts take place as expected, New York's medical education programs could take a big hit. FierceHealthFinance

> An Illinois woman has settled a malpractice suit against a Sandwich, IL hospital for $15 million in one of the largest settlements in the history of the state. Article

> The American Hospital Association has told the IRS that its Form 990 and Schedule H could use some work if they're going to be fair to hospitals, especially small, cash-strapped facilities. FierceHealthFinance

> While sharing clinical data is great, it's not a good idea to make that happen by getting patients to sign blanket consents to share their data, some privacy advocates say. FierceHealthIT

And Finally...  For some people, it's publicity at any price. Article

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