ALSO NOTED: Walgreen boots CVS Caremark plans; Cardinal funds 5 Million Lives participation; and much more...

> National chain pharmacy Walgreen has announced that it will no longer accept four of CVS Caremark's prescription drug plans. It says reimbursement under these plans is too low. Article

> The Cardinal Health Foundation is distributing $537 million to 37 U.S. hospitals to foster participation in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's 5 Million Lives Campaign. Article

> Sutter Health has set plans for a massive electronic medical records rollout--one which could cost $500 million over the next several years. FierceHealthIT

> Atlanta's struggling Grady Memorial Hospital is in big trouble. The Joint Commission, which found lots of problems there during a recent inspection, may strip Grady's accreditation if it doesn't fix things fast. Article

And Finally...  I know catching counterfeiters is good, but why did they have to drag Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck into it? Article

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