ALSO NOTED: OH hospital files antitrust suit; Convict hospital escape provokes questions; and much more...

> An Ohio hospital has filed an antitrust suit against a competitor, arguing that the competitor has been paying insurance brokers to steer employers to the its own insurance subsidiaries. Article

> The escape of a convict from a Maryland hospital has raised questions over how prisoners should be guarded during treatment. Article

> San Francisco's new health plan for the uninsured signed up fewer people than planners had hoped on its first day out of the gate. Article

> If too many doctors are involved in a patient's care, does quality actually fall? That's the question they're pondering over at Hospital Impact. Blog

> Do the pharmaceutical industry's ties to the American Psychiatric Association determine the official list of mental illnesses? Report

And Finally... Teaching hospitals have decided that you don't need to sacrifice dogs to teach cardiology. Article

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