ALSO NOTED: New Yorkers save $130M on generics; TN med mal changes falter; and much more...

> A survey of upstate New Yorkers found that they saved about $130 million in 2006 by switching from brand-name meds to generics. Article

> A bill which would cap non-economic damages from med mal suits at $250,000 has stalled in the Tennessee legislature for a third time. Article

> The University of Connecticut has gotten $10.5 million from the state to keep its John Dempsey Hospital afloat. The facility is facing a $21 million shortfall. Article

And Finally... A health plan puts its spin on a nasty situation. Release

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