ALSO NOTED: Scholastic opens on-site clinics; Colon screening rates vary by demographic; and much more...

> Publisher Scholastic has opened two on-site employee healthcare clinics. Release

> Despite improved cancer-screening coverage, colon screening rates among Medicare patients seem to rise and fall a great deal depending on the demographics of the patient. Article

> U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-MT), chairman of the Finance Committee, argues that the time for incremental changes in the healthcare system has passed. He's predicting that major legislative action is on the way. Article

> A solo practitioner argues that while the concierge care model has its pluses and minuses, it does at least treat doctors as human beings. Blog

And Finally... A Canadian describes his experiences buying a scandalous black-market service: for-profit healthcare. Article

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