AMA decides not to ban pharma-funded CME; Google, Microsoft sign up health plans for PHRs;

> The American Medical Association has officially decided that it won't ban pharma industry-funded continuing medical education. FiercePharma

> Google and Microsoft have each signed up new health plan partners to work with their personal health record divisions. FierceHealthIT

> Want an early look at FDA trends? Here's an overview from our sister publication FiercePharma. Overview

> New Jersey has begun tightening up oversight of its healthcare programs for the poor after determining that some people making as much as $295,000 were enrolled. Article

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