ALSO NOTED: WellCare faces shareholder suit; State OKs $1.8M for ex-U of Kansas CEO; and much more...

> WellCare's troubles keep mounting. The latest is a shareholder suit claiming that its directors misrepresented its financial condition. Article

> State auditors have decided that the $1.8 million payment the University of Kansas Hospital gave to former CEO Irene Cumming was acceptable, particularly because it prevented possible litigation. Article

> Officials with a major medical group are recommending that Chicago's Stroger Hospital's well-regarded OB/GYN residency program be stripped of its accreditation. Article

> Miami's Baptist Health has run into trouble in its efforts to renovate an apartment complex and make it available for nurses. It already owns a separate 100-unit complex which it uses for the same purpose. Article

And Finally... It's all well and good if pigeons get busy, but what about all of those pigeon babies? Article

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