Cleveland Clinic plans hiring binge; Mobile tech expanding physician-patient communication;

> Cleveland Clinic, which was forced to drastically cut spending and impose a hiring freeze after losing $62 million last year, expects to add 1,800 full-time jobs in 2010. FierceHealthFinance

> Despite lingering HIPAA concerns, mobile email and SMS are opening up patient-physician communications. FierceMobileHealthcare

> In a recent survey, 71 percent of nurses said they found the wireless networks within their organizations to be inadequate, citing technical issues with VoIP telephony--and the added burden of managing incoming calls while tending to patients--as sore spots. FierceMobileHealthcare

> Natchez (Miss.) Regional Medical Center has accused Brentwood, Tenn.-based Quorum Health Resources of pretending to turn the hospital around by manipulating numbers and hiding losses to maintain their lucrative management contract. FierceHealthFinance

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