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> States are expanding eligibility for the State Children's Health Insurance Program above 200 percent of the federal poverty level, its existing level, which should allow many more middle-class families to qualify. Article

> The chairman of 1,500-physician medical group Brown & Toland has resigned, attributing the move to a desire to spend more time with patients. Article

> Denver's St. Anthony Hospitals is spending $500 million to build a new facility. Article

> Despite reimbursement problems, North Texas's mental health services market is expanding. Article

And Finally... Sometimes, patients know when you're on automatic pilot--as this doctor found out. Blog

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