ALSO NOTED: TN Medicaid to test e-prescribing program; NIH alerts patients of stolen personal information; and much more...

> Tennessee's Medicaid program and one of its Medicaid managed care providers have announced that they plan to kick off an e-prescribing pilot program in 13 of the state's rural counties. Report

> New calls for old drug data in the U.K. have experts second-guessing big drug-safety scandals. If scientists and regulators had had access to every bit of data on Vioxx from the get-go, for instance, would heart attacks and strokes have been averted? Report

> After waiting for nearly a month, officials at the NIH alerted some 2,500 people that their names, addresses and detailed personal health information gathered from heart scans in a clinical trial were purloined when an unknown person stole a government laptop with the data on it. Report

And Finally... Looks like breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. Article

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